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Comparative energetic sustainability indicators for Paroseni central heating power plant considering its cogeneration and condensing operation

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  • Petrilean, Dan Codrut
  • Sabin Ioan, Irimie

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The main objective of the paper is to highlight the evolution of the energetic and environmental performances of a condensing and cogeneration 150 MW power plant which for different loading levels. The values obtained from the creation of the real hourly thermalenergetic balance were graphically processed highlighting therefore the comparative evolution of the energetic and environmental parameters obtained during the condensing and cogeneration operation. The usefulness of the study is materialised through the expression of the quantitative differences between the values obtained during the cogeneration operation and those obtained during the condensing operation, situation which legally allows for a competitive price for electric energy to be obtained, energy which may be capitalized on the energy market.

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  • Petrilean, Dan Codrut & Sabin Ioan, Irimie, 2017. "Comparative energetic sustainability indicators for Paroseni central heating power plant considering its cogeneration and condensing operation," MPRA Paper 81174, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 31 May 2017.
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    Keywords

    cogeneration; environmental impact; sustainability indicators; footprint;

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    • Q40 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Energy - - - General

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