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Alfagy CHP & Cogeneration


Alfagy is a leading provider of CHP and Cogeneration plant across the world.  We have a wide range of new and used units in stock for immediate deliver at low prices and high efficiency. We often tailor solutions not to fit the needs of the client rather than our standard solution. Contact us now and get an offer by clicking here.

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+44 208 123 7400 (UK)

+1 (718) 618-9710 (US)

Email: Contact Alfagy CHP
Website: www.alfagy.com

34 New House
67-68 Hatton Garden
London EC1N 8JY
United Kingdom

 


CHP Lingo explained

We have selected a few words and concepts that are good to understand before embarking on a CHP purchase.

Effective Electric Efficiency
Effective electric efficiency is the net electric output divided by the effective fuel input. Effective fuel input is the total fuel used by the combined heat and power (CHP) system minus the fuel that would be used by an 80 percent efficient boiler to generate the same amount of steam as produced by the CHP system.
Fuel Source
In CHP systems, fuel sources can include natural gas, biomass, coal, biogas, or fuel oil.
Opportunity Fuels
Opportunity fuels are materials from agricultural or industrial processes that would otherwise be wasted but could power a CHP system and are available at or in close proximity to a CHP site.
Prime Movers
Prime movers are the devices that convert fuels to electrical or mechanical energy.
Reliable Power
Reliable power refers to the ability to provide electric power that meets stringent standards for minimal power interruptions.
Spark Spread
Spark spread is the relative difference between the price of fuel and the price of power. Spark spread is highly dependent on the efficiency of conversion. For a CHP system, spark spread is the difference between the cost of fuel for the CHP system to produce power and heat on site and the offset cost of purchased grid power.

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The food industry and farmers have it easy when it comes to energy production. The energy sources is all around and only need to be channeled into a process using:

  • Food waste
  • Grasses
  • Cereals
  • Chicken manure
  • Horse excrement
  • Cow manure
  • Organic production waste

All these can be used for biogas production which is then turned into heat and power. This is a great sustainable business model which cuts cost and increase competitiveness in the core business. Meanwhile, operational security is increased.