Monthly Balanced Production and Consumption of Heat and Electricity with Low Non-Renewable Primary Energy Input at District Level

The proposed concept reduces the yearly non-renewable primary energy consumption for heating and power supply by 53% if natural gas is used for the combined heat and power plant, and by 81% if biogas is used. This overall concept has thus a higher chance for unlimited reproduction than a net-zero-energy concept alone, reducing the non-renewable primary energy demand substantially compared to standard solutions for supplying heat and electricity.

ISBN: 978-2-8399-1280-8

SPF Institute for Solar Technology

T. Selm, E. Frank, 2013
City / Publisher:
CISBAT 2013 International Conference, EPFL, Lausanne, 775–780