What risks can be incurred during the design phase of a cogeneration plant?
Technologies and components
To avoid unpleasant surprises, the first factor to be taken into account whilst planning a cogeneration plant is the size; it is very important to understand the user's needs and in particular how much of the energy produced is used in situ and how much sold to the grid. Another important aspect is the price of the fuel used and its fluctuations on the market. Let’s discover the risks and the benefits of this technology with this interview.
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