This paper deals with the potential role of new hybrid CHP systems application providing both electricity and heat which are compatible with the building architectural and landscape limitations. In detail, three different plant layout options for high temperature heat production along with the electricity generation were investigated and compared each other. To do so, conventional natural gas CHPs and back up boiler, two-stage Electric Heat Pumps (EHPs) and trans-critical CO2 electric heat pump (CO2-HP) have been considered as reference technologies to build hybrid systems. In addition, hybrid solar collectors (PV/T) thermal output, along with the recovered low-grade heat from CHP exhaust gas, flowing to the stack, have been used as the CO2-HP low temperature driving source.

Innovative Hybrid CHP systems for high temperature heating plant in existing buildings / De Santoli, Livio; Lo Basso, Gianluigi; Nastasi, Benedetto. - In: ENERGY PROCEDIA. - ISSN 1876-6102. - ELETTRONICO. - 133(2017), pp. 207-218. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 9th Mediterranean Conference of HVAC: Historical Buildings Retrofit in the Mediterranean Area, Climamed 2017 tenutosi a Matera, ITALY nel 2017 [10.1016/j.egypro.2017.09.392].

Innovative Hybrid CHP systems for high temperature heating plant in existing buildings

De Santoli, Livio;Lo Basso, Gianluigi
;
Nastasi, Benedetto
2017

Abstract

This paper deals with the potential role of new hybrid CHP systems application providing both electricity and heat which are compatible with the building architectural and landscape limitations. In detail, three different plant layout options for high temperature heat production along with the electricity generation were investigated and compared each other. To do so, conventional natural gas CHPs and back up boiler, two-stage Electric Heat Pumps (EHPs) and trans-critical CO2 electric heat pump (CO2-HP) have been considered as reference technologies to build hybrid systems. In addition, hybrid solar collectors (PV/T) thermal output, along with the recovered low-grade heat from CHP exhaust gas, flowing to the stack, have been used as the CO2-HP low temperature driving source.
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