Effects of SO2 emission regulations and fuel prices on levellized energy costs for industrial steam generation options
Si̇bel Özdoǧan and
Energy, 1992, vol. 17, issue 1, 79-86
We discuss the impacts of SO2 emission regulations and fuel prices on levellized energy costs of industrial steam generation options. A computer model called INDUSTEAM has been utilized. The steam-supply options comprise conventional grate-firing, bubbling and circulating fluidized beds, fuel-oil, and natural-gas-fired systems. Fuels of different SO2 pollution potential have been evaluated assuming six environmental scenarios and varying fuel prices. A capacity range of 10–90 MWth is covered.
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