There is increasing pressure for all organisations to satisfy their demand for heat and electricity in a more cost-effective, carbon-clean and energy-efficient way. By generating heat and power simultaneously, Combined Heat and Power – also known as Cogeneration - offers the most significant opportunity to enhance the overall efficiency, reduce energy costs and improve environmental performance, while ensuring at the same time an increased flexibility and reliability of energy supply. It is predicted that more than 300 GWe of cogeneration systems will be added globally by 2020. In Europe alone, cogeneration power plants are expected to cover 20% of the energy demand by 2030, compared to the expected 27% contribution from renewable energy technologies.
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