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Cogen efficiency increase using heat for cooling

The company says that its application is suited to cogeneration applications where excess heat capacity during summer months can be used instead to provide cooling.

A paper describing the design and building of a new, 130 MWe cogeneration plant at the Esso refinery in Antwerp, Belgium, formed by far the most positive point of COGEN Europe’s annual conference held in Brussels on 21-22 April. The plant, which represented an investment of over €100 million by Esso, was opened last month.