Zero feed-in control: Avoiding a feeding of power into the mains

The zero feed-in control makes sure that the CHP unit does not feed electricity into the public mains. If the full load capacity of the CHP unit is higher than the current electricity demand on site, its power production is decreased to that level – even if the CHP unit’s heat production could be used.

This zero feed-in control can also be refitted in our CHP units in the field. It is advisable to think about ist when a feeding into the mains is not possible at cost-covering rates (any more) and / or  forbidden by the mains operator.

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Emergency power operation

More power supply safety: Our CHP units can be equipped to provide emergency power in case of a mains failure or blackout.

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Condensing heat exchanger

Condensing heat exchangers can increase the thermal power of of our CHP units by up to 15 % - without increasing their fuel consumption.

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Containerized CHP unit

We design the container for the outdoors placement of the CHP unit by your requests - inside and outside.

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Steam generation from the exhaust heat

Together with an external steam generation heat exchanger the CHP unit can produce steam from its exhaust heat.

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Hot cooling
with 95/80 °C

The heat of a 'hot cooler' compact CHP unit can e.g. be used to power an absorption chiller for trigeneration.

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Mobile CHP unit

Our CHPmobile achieves high utilization rates by operating in different sites, e.g. school in winter and public outdoor pool in summer.

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Heat storage (buffer)

CHP surplus heat can be stored in a heat storage and ceded when it's needed to achieve a smoother and longer CHP utilization rate.

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Virtual power plant

The SOKRATHERM interface can communitate with the systems of different balancing power providers at lower cost.

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