Combined Heat & Power Production

Cogeneration of heat and power is a cost-effective way of reducing CO₂ emissions. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) production facilities enable efficiency rates of more than 90 percent resulting in CHP power plants being the most efficient in the world. Excess heat from the CHP plants is distributed through the district heating system, which supplies more than 60 percent of all heat consumed by Danish households. The district heating system is an efficient way of using excess heat that would otherwise have been wasted. Moreover, it is a very flexible solution for storing heat from electricity or industrial production.

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Connect with us: Charlotte Gjedde, Project Manager, cmg@stateofgreen.com, +45 2057 0070