The paper shows novel technologies for heat and power generation for residential and industrial end users. The paper is focused on micro gas turbines of about 100 kWe and shows their profitability in the Italian scenario, making use of thermoeconomic methodologies. The paper explores different options that make use of biomass and natural gas in dual fuel arrangements. The possibility to set up combined cycle schemes by coupling the micro gas turbine to a bottoming organic Rankine cycle is also examined. The work is the basis of the research project “CLEVER” submitted to the European Union within the program Horizon 2020.

Novel microturbines for heat and power generation from renewable energy sources and waste energy

CAMPOREALE, Sergio Mario;FORTUNATO, Bernardo;DAMBROSIO, Lorenzo;
2014

Abstract

The paper shows novel technologies for heat and power generation for residential and industrial end users. The paper is focused on micro gas turbines of about 100 kWe and shows their profitability in the Italian scenario, making use of thermoeconomic methodologies. The paper explores different options that make use of biomass and natural gas in dual fuel arrangements. The possibility to set up combined cycle schemes by coupling the micro gas turbine to a bottoming organic Rankine cycle is also examined. The work is the basis of the research project “CLEVER” submitted to the European Union within the program Horizon 2020.
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