A heat grid in the snow
Five agenitor 212 reliably deliver energy at up to -32 °C
Facts & figures
Each agenitor is installed in a nine-meter container and connected to a 2.5 MW hydraulic shunt where the heat connections converge. A transfer pump was also installed downstream of the shunt, so that all of the heat generated is fed into the heat grid. In addition to the highly efficient operation, the organization of the entire project can be called a logistical masterpiece. Delivery was conducted on five consecutive days with two trucks each. All modules were fully installed within a week.
Flawless function at 32 degrees below zero
The location’s outdoor conditions posed a special challenge: the high availability one expects from a 2G plant had to be ensured at temperatures down to -32 °C during the Latvian winter. This is where it pays off that 2G has such strict demands for top quality in all components it uses. This allows us to carry out projects in extreme climates (be it warm or cold) without trouble.
Which CHP systems are used?
District supply of the future
Electricity and heat for the residential area comes from green energy, local storage provides a high degree of independence and flexibility.
Security of supply is top priority
Six highly efficient CHP modules supply 4,000 households with electricity and 700 households, a school, a sports center and two supermarkets...
Flexible operation with strict requirements
The CHP plants are able to curb their output to up to 30 percent. This enables a very flexible operation for to meet demand.