cogenerator


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cogenerator

(ˌkəʊˈdʒɛnəˌreɪtə)
n
a facility that produces energy from waste
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Contract awarded for A Cogenerator Integration Act.
It comprises a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) driven cogenerator (natural gas is not available in Malta), modeled to represent a CHP unit having an electrical and thermal output equal to 5.
Chapters discuss regulatory rules and codes, design and sizing of cogenerator units, installation logistics, maintenance and operations and troubleshooting as well as comparing cogeneration to other alternative and green energy technologies and details of specific components and add-on features for cogenreation units.
As a competitor to the cogenerator, the utility buys the cogenerator's power at very low prices and then charges high prices to distribute it.
The unique system, engineered and installed by Chevron Energy Solutions, includes a grease receiving station and an expanded cogenerator as well as other upgrades that result in annual revenues and energy savings of $366,000 for Millbrae while nearly doubling the amount of "green power" produced at the plant.
The system, engineered and installed by Chevron Energy Solutions, includes a grease receiving station and an expanded cogenerator as well as other upgrades that are projected to provide annual revenues and energy savings of $366,000 for Millbrae while nearly doubling the amount of "green power" produced at the plant.
The cogenerator, a primitive model of which Thomas Edison employed at his Pearl Street power plant in New York City, captures the usually wasted heat to warm buildings, power chillers, and run an array of industrial processes.
I have reclaimed most of the exhaust heat so it's a cogenerator, charging our batteries and our floors with heat.
It is important that the thermal load profile closely follow the electric load profile so as to make maximum use of the waste heat energy from the cogenerator.
Under a supply contract with the PSC, the cogenerator is putting 12 MW into the national grid, and says it can lift output to 17 MW if needed; Another cogeneration agreement has been reached by the PSC with Jamalco, a bauxite refiner in central Jamaica, and which is jointly owned by the Government and Alcoa.
Each cogenerator reports power used according to the SIC grouping for its own plant.
at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and they are currently testing their cogenerator in Lesotho.