Romania: Combined heat and power solution installed at CET Arad, SEE Energy News
Combined heat and power (CHP) solution was installed at CET Arad power plant in western Romania by Aggreko. Aggreko is a leading supplier of electricity generation equipment and temperature control equipment.
The solution will help increase efficiency and stability at the plant, a key provider of hot water and electricity for the district heating services for the city of Arad, in the next four years. Total installed capacity amounts to 43 MW: 21 MW in gas-fired generation, with a further 20 MW of thermal energy derived from the plant’s operations, supported by an additional 2 MW battery capacity. According to Aggreko, the system has the potential to cut carbon emissions by up to 45 % by capturing and using the plant’s exhaust gases to generate further thermal energy. The power plant at CET Arad, has been commissioned in the 1970s and with a fall in demand for thermal energy, it now primarily provides electricity for the ancillary services market.
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