Cogeneration, also known as combined heat and power (CHP), is the simultaneous production of multiple forms of energy from a single fuel source. Thermal (heat) and electrical (electricity) are usually the two forms of energy produced in many types of cogeneration applications.
Historically Cogeneration was achieved by using steam engines, turbines, fuel cells, etc.
In the case of steam turbines, cogeneration technologies widely commercialized
The Development of more efficient and economical designs of steam turbines makes it the best suitable choice for Cogeneration. Mostly back pressure or extraction backpressure steam turbines are commonly used.
Cogeneration brings benefits both to the environment and to the business’s bottom lines. Its high efficiency in converting the energy in the original fuel into useful energy is the foundation of these advantages.
A typical cogeneration application converts 70-80% of the energy in the original fuel to useful energy. In comparison, less than a third of the energy in the original fuel is converted into useful energy in a traditional grid system with central power plants
Turtle Turbines is one of the most reputed Steam Turbine Manufacturers In India. having vast experience in supplying steam turbines to cogeneration and micro-cogeneration plants.
Turtle Turbines is one of the most reputed Steam Turbine Manufacturers In India.