Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production magazine for September October 2011 edition has been released. You can read latest news on power generation industry in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
Coca-Cola rolls out quad-generation bottling plants
In partnership with ContourGlobal, Coca-Cola Hellenic has embarked on an ambitious CHP programme that aims by 2015 to have built 20 plants that will generate electricity, steam, chilled water and also carbon dioxide for use in beverage carbonation.
By Jens Rupp
CHP’s balancing potential spurs development of smart grids
Cogeneration will be a key technology for balancing Europe’s power grids as they accommodate larger amounts of intermittent renewable generation – although fuel- saving technologies such as ‘net zero’ homes may also inluence how systems develop.By Leon Sijbers
Food waste CHP schemes take off in North America
In an accelerating trend, an increasing amount of North America’s abundant food waste is no longer sent to landills but is instead converted via anaerobic digestion into biogas to fuel CHP schemes in the US and Canada.
By Ed Ritchie
Ontario support programmes back cogeneration
With a target of CHP providing 6% of the province’s energy mix, Ontario Power Authority has introduced two support programmes aimed at helping to double installed CHP capacity to 2000 MW.
By Colin Andersen
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