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Last edited 12 Nov 2021
The Illustrated Guide to Renewable Technologies BG 1/2008, By Kevin Pennycook, published by BSRIA in March 2008, states: ‘The use of tri-generation can greatly improve the usefulness and cost effectiveness of a CHP unit. Tri-generation involves the use of waste heat to generate chilled water via an absorption cycle, for comfort cooling and air conditioning applications. This allows the recovered heat for the CHP prime mover to be used all year round: space heating and domestic hot water in the winter, and space cooling along with domestic hot water in the summer. Tri-generation involves the use of absorption chillers. These are discussed in the section on absorption cooling.’
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