An ORC unit uses flue gases from a hot-biomass boiler as an input medium. The flue gases in the heat exchanger (evaporator) heat the operating medium of an ORC system and it leads to a large expansion on the turbine blades. This way, the whole system begins to produce electricity. Excess heat from the cooling system is then used as useful heat for heating buildings, dryers, etc. Depending on the use of energy block it uses two types of ORC systems: ORC TRIOGEN and ORC DURR.
Who is the Energoblock intended for?
Anybody who consumes heat - hot water:
- Boiler and heating plants, including the connection to the central heating supply
- Woodworking factories (drying ovens for wood etc.)
Why produce electricity and heat from biomass using technology of Energoblock
Operating the technology the producer of electricity and heat from biomass obtains the possibility of partial or full independence from
prices of electrical and thermal energy. Furthermore, the operator of such technology is provided with::
- Significant economic benefits
- Variability of possible technical solutions
- Easy implementation into existing systems of electricity and heat
- Possibility to obtain support for electricity energy and heat from biomass in the form of CHP
- Easy installation with little use of space
- Minimum operation and maintenance costs
Combined production of electricity and heat - operation philosophy.
Solution concept of combined production of electricity and heat consists in the online coverage of consuming electricity and heat in time. These two commodities are not primarily separated from one another but the necessity of the best operational efficiency is taken into account.
The technology does not choose the policy to maximize sales of electrical power into distribution network, but on the contrary, to consume the biggest share of electric power on spot. This leads to a sharp reduction in costs for the purchase of electricity and considerable savings. Then all operational support, such as CHP, etc. are a pleasant bonus for the
operator, but not a vital component of revenues.