Another brand new combined cooling heat and power plant (CCHP) including Ansaldo Energia AE-T100 Micro Gas Turbines has been successfully commissioned in Czech Republic. It has been designed, proposed and sold by FLìDR ENERGO s.r.o., official Distributor for Ansaldo Energia Micro Gas Turbines in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Trigenerative plant is made by n.2 natural gas fired Ansaldo Energia AE-T100NG Micro Gas Turbines, a specific exhaust gas / hot water heat exchanger and an hot-water-feeded absorption chiller, coupled with a water storage tanks system that provides flexibility on the thermal power response, following potential thermal load variations along time.
This advanced energy system provides 200 kWe as electrical power from the gas turbines and more than 200 kWth as cooling thermal power from the absorber; hot thermal power is available on request simply remotely managing and diverting through the dedicated software a portion or entire hot water mass flow coming from the heat exchanger which is normally totally addressed to the water-fed absorber.
It serves an industrial facility, cooling down a series of die-casting machineries and also providing needed cold thermal power to the air conditioning system.
“A fresh new family of Ansaldo Energia Micro Gas Turbines Distributors and Partner is growing up in Central Europe”, explains Riccardo Ori – Sales Micro Turbines at Ansaldo Energia S.p.A., “Flìdr Energo s.r.o is absolutely one of them, very motivated and enthusiast to promote and sell this Italian reliable and advanced technology through their well-established business channels in Czech Republic and Slovakia. Just along this week Flìdr Energo’s team is attending with their own boot the The International Engineering Fair (MSV) at Brno Exhibition Centre in Brno – Czech Republic (picture), so if you would like to seize the opportunity and see an AE-T100NG turbine, you are more than welcome to their booth”.
“By the way industrial applications are becoming our AE-T100 main field of application”, adds Mr Ori, “through CCHP configuration but also in a steam-production layout, where an heat recovery steam generator or a post-firing system produce an industrial steam mass flow ranging in between some tens of kilogram per hour to some tones per hour with an high overall system efficiency, embracing lots of potential applications worldwide”.