There are many methods to convert the primary energies of oil and gas into electricity, heat and cold. In order to protect the dwindling oil and gas deposits, it is our duty to use them with the greatest possible economy. An efficient method is the conversion in a combined heat and power plant.
Combined heat and power plants use combined heat and power to generate both electricity and useful heat. This happens as close as possible to the heat consumer. This results in a very high primary energy utilization rate of up to 90%.
The waste heat in the combined heat and power plant is used as a heating energy for hot water treatment or in industrial plants as process heat. The produced electricity is used in the own building or fed into the public grid against remuneration of the energy supplier.
More information about our combined heat and power plants can be found here.