Combined heat and power is the use of power station with industrial boilers or to generate electricity and useful heat at the same time. Combined heat and power project for plant is being widely used in some countries.
The basic premise is to use an industrial boiler to meet the electric demands of the workshop, and recover the waste heat (typically more than 70% of the heating value of the fuel) to heat the factory (hydronic or water-to-air systems) and make hot water.
CHP boiler can bring more economic benefits in factories like power plant, paper factory, food factory, as well as central heating company. In the process of combined heat and power process, the heat is typically recovered at higher temperatures and used for process steam or drying duties. This is more valuable and flexible than low-grade waste heat, but there is a slight loss of power generation. The increased focus on sustainability has made industrial CHP more attractive, as it substantially reduces carbon footprint compared to generating steam or burning fuel on-site and importing electric power from the grid. With technology updates, new combined heat and power boilers satisfy compressed air requirements by bleeding high-pressure air off the compressor stage of a combustion turbine.
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