High efficiency, 7.5 MW simple cycle, CHP plant for drying material in a ceramic...

Grupo Porcelanite Lamosa, via its subsidiary LEMSA (Lamosa Energía de Monterrey) has supported the investment required to construct a CHP plant installed in its ceramic tiling factory located in Benito Juárez (Monterrey - Nuevo...

Basis for CHP development

In the 1980s, cogeneration facilitated the development of the distributed energy system. However, CHP hit a major crisis in 2010. In this article, Jose María Roqueta, President of AESA, analyses the current situation and...

CHP. Efficiency is essential

Even 132 years after the commissioning of the first CHP plant, the 130 kW Pearl St Station plant on Manhattan Island, cogeneration still needs some explanation. Nor have the 6,000 MW constructed in Spain...

New CHP plant for a rubber products manufacturer

At the end of 2014 the company Industrias de Hule Galgo decided to undertake the installation project of an efficient CHP plant for its production plant, with the aim of bringing down energy costs...

CHP in Mexico

Running in parallel to The Green Expo trade fair, the first edition of the Cogenera Mexico Congress took place from 23 to 25 September in Mexico City, organised by the country’s sector sponsor –...

CHP in Spain: the last chance

No-one can deny the fact that CHP is one of the most efficient ways of generating power. To name but a few of its advantages, it helps reduce natural gas consumption and the energy...

Energy efficiency as the key to consolidating economic recovery

At this month’s G7 meeting in Hamburg, Energy Ministers agreed to commit to energy efficiency as a key element of a future energy policy. Companies, governments and institutions of all types such as political...

The Plan Renove and CHP

The reasons behind requesting a Plan Renove for CHP are nothing new; rather they are same ones as were submitted for approval at the end of 2010, which lasted little more than a year....

CHP in Spain 2014. The sector reinvents itself following the biggest adjustment in its...

The energy reform has caused a brutal adjustment in the field of CHP, leaving the sector seriously impacted with more than one hundred plants stopped and a slump in production of 20%. However, cogeneration...

CHP in 2014

2014 saw the culmination of the negative effects of the so-called Energy Reform starting with Royal Decree Law 1/2012 that imposed a moratorium on the entire Special Regime by almost prohibiting the development of...