Czech micro power plant heading to market

Published: 21.02.2019 Related countries:  Israel Israel

The plan to install WAVE in his first location was initated by the start-up YOUNG4ENERGY

The WAVE micro power plant underwent full live testing and is heading to the market. The information was provided by the University Centre of Energy efficient Buildings of the Czech Technical University in Prague (ČVUT), which is responsible for WAVE’s research and development. The first installed facility is located in Mikolajice, Opava district, where it delivers heat and electricity to the municipal office, store and the fire house. The plan to install WAVE in this location was initated by the start-up YOUNG4ENERGY. The facility offers thermal output of up to 50 kW and is capable of running independently of the distribution network. The next planned step is the launch of small series production with thermal output of  120 kW and power output of 6 kW. The power plant with higher performance parameters is being developed to achieve better economic efficiency. it will be launched by Damgaard Consulting.

Source: www.cianews.cz

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