Research, development and the prospect of combined cooling, heating, and power systems
Bingyu Li and
Energy, 2010, vol. 35, issue 11, 4361-4367
The development of a combined cooling, heating, and power (CCHP) system in China is presented in this paper. The key scientific problems of a distributed energy system and the integration principles of a CCHP system are also pointed out. Moreover, two corresponding CCHP systems: one with the complementarities of fossil fuels energy and renewable energy, and the other integrated with desalination technology, are investigated. With special attention to thermal energy utilization, the integrating characteristics of these systems are likewise revealed, and the important role that the principle of cascade utilization of physical energy plays in system integration is identified. We have found that the energy-saving ratio of the integrated CCHP systems can be as high as 30%, and as such, the innovative CCHP systems suitable for China's sustainable development are also recommended.
Keywords: Distributed energy system; CCHP; System integration; Cascade utilization of thermal energy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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