Global Cogeneration Equipment Market to Reach $114.8 Billion by 2030

According to a “Global Cogeneration Equipment Industry” report – in the changed post COVID-19 business landscape, the global market for Cogeneration Equipment estimated at US$63.7 Billion in the year 2022, is projected to reach a revised size of US$114.8 Billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 7.6% over the period 2022-2030.Read More

Consumers into generators

Is decentralized generation a part of the wider energy industry – or does it belong to its host energy users? Both, perhaps.

Cogeneration plants have long suffered from belonging fully to neither the energy supply industry or the consumer whose site they supply. Cogen and other decentralized energy generators often occupy an uneasy middle ground – sometimes operated by the host facility or building; in other cases by a utility-connected third party.

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Siemens celebrates commissioning of Holland Energy Park

Siemens and Holland Board of Public Works commissioned Holland Energy Park in Holland, Michigan – a natural gas- fueled combined cycle power plant using Siemens gas turbine technology.

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Water Evaporation could be Used to Generate Electricity

Clean energy is all around us in various untapped forms. It’s just a matter of finding out how to tap those untapped sources of green energy. Take this development: lakes and reservoirs in the United States could generate 325 gigawatts of power, which would account for 70% of the country’s output. Nor would that vast untapped source come in the form of yet more dams, which could cause massive environmental harm. Rather, it would come through harnessing water evaporation.

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Water Evaporation could be Used to Generate Electricity

Cogeneration Plant Inaugurated in Yazd

A 14.4-megawatt combined heat and power (CHP) plant was inaugurated in the central Yazd Province on Wednesday in a ceremony attended by Sattar Mahmoudi, deputy energy minister, and Mohammad Hassan Sabbaghzadegan, managing director of Yazd Regional Electricity Company.

Financial Tribune

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