Kogenerace v Koreji získává na popularitě
A South Korean company began operating the country's first combined heat and power plant using wood-based biomass on Monday, a measure that could pave the way for the country to improve the environment and cut down on fuel costs, the Commerce and Industry Ministry said.
The cogeneration plant in Daegu, launched by Kenertec Co., uses 145 tons of wood chips and pellets each day to generate 52 tons of steam and 50 kilowatts of electricity an hour. The steam and power generated by the cogeneration plant will be used to supply energy to eight textile and dyeing factories in the southeastern city of Daegu, 302 kilometers from Seoul.
ZDROJ: Yonhap News
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