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  • furnaces and boilers | department of energy

    Furnaces and Boilers | Department of Energy

    Energy efficiency upgrades and a new high-efficiency heating system can often cut your fuel bills and your furnace's pollution output in half. Upgrading your furnace or boiler from 56% to 90% efficiency in an average cold-climate house will save 1.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year if you heat with gas, or 2.5 tons if you heat with oil.

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  • energy star certified boilers | epa energy star

    ENERGY STAR Certified Boilers | EPA ENERGY STAR

    Compare ENERGY STAR Certified Boilers, find rebates, and learn more.

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  • renewable energy and electricity | sustainable energy

    Renewable Energy and Electricity | Sustainable Energy

    On its own in 2016 this gas would produce 189 GWh of electricity (at 50% thermal efficiency), so it appears to be 27% gas-fired rather than solar in 2016. The plant is owned by Brightsource, NRG Energy and Google. BrightSource estimate that annual bird kill is about 3500 from incineration.

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  • press releases | ge power generation

    Press Releases | GE Power Generation

    Long Ridge Energy Terminal Partners with New Fortress Energy and GE to Transition Power Plant to Zero-Carbon Hydrogen. Oct 6, 2020 Read Chuck Nugent and Scott Strazik’s thoughts on our high-efficiency gas turbines. Sep 26, 2018 Reduced Emissions of Coal-Fired Steam …

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  • gas turbines | manufacturer - global | siemens energy global

    Gas Turbines | Manufacturer - Global | Siemens Energy Global

    Siemens industrial gas turbine models with their compact and rugged design make them an ideal choice for both industrial power generation and mechanical drive applications. They also perform well in decentralized power generation applications. Their high steam-raising capabilities help achieve overall plant efficiency of 80 percent or higher.

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  • combined heat and power technology fact - energy.gov

    Combined Heat and Power Technology Fact - Energy.gov

    tors for boilers that are fired with natural gas and coal. A 500 kW steam turbine utiliz-ing a natural gas fired boiler will have estimated NOx emissions in the range of 26-81 ppm (at 3% oxygen). A larger 15,000 kW CHP steam turbine integrated with a natural gas boiler will have estimated NOx emis-sions in the range of 81-226 ppm (at 3% oxygen

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  • about our energy mix - avista

    About Our Energy Mix - Avista

    Steam runs a turbine and generator that produces the electricity. A natural gas-fired combined-cycle combustion turbine. Produces 8 MW. That brings the electricity output of the entire plant (including biomass and natural gas-fired operations) to 61 MW; enough electricity to power nearly 46,000 homes. About Biomass Energy

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  • combined cycle power plant - wikipedia

    Combined cycle power plant - Wikipedia

    The thermodynamic cycle of the basic combined cycle consists of two power plant cycles. One is the Joule or Brayton cycle which is a gas turbine cycle and the other is Rankine cycle which is a steam turbine cycle. The cycle 1-2-3-4-1 which is the gas turbine power plant cycle is the topping cycle. It depicts the heat and work transfer process taking place in high temperature region.

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  • chp benefits | combined heat and power (chp - us epa

    CHP Benefits | Combined Heat and Power (CHP - US EPA

    May 13, 2019· The illustration below demonstrates the efficiency gains of a 5 megawatt (MW) natural gas-fired combustion turbine CHP system compared to conventional production of electricity and useful thermal energy (i.e., purchased grid electricity and thermal energy from an on-site boiler).

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  • 1.4 natural gas combustion - us epa

    1.4 Natural Gas Combustion - US EPA

    1.4 Natural Gas Combustion 1.4.1 General1-2 Natural gas is one of the major fuels used throughout the country. It is used mainly for industrial process steam and heat production; for residential and commercial space heating; and for electric power generation. Natural gas consists of a high percentage of methane (generally above

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  • boiler operations & boiler maintenance | o&m | betterbricks

    Boiler Operations & Boiler Maintenance | O&M | BetterBricks

    In most commercial building heating applications, the heating source in the boiler is a natural gas fired burner. Oil fired burners and electric resistance heaters can be used as well. Steam is preferred over hot water in some applications, including absorption cooling, kitchens, laundries, sterilizers, and steam …

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  • alaska - state energy profile analysis - u.s. energy

    Alaska - State Energy Profile Analysis - U.S. Energy

    Jan 21, 2021· Alaska's proved natural gas reserves totaled 9.4 trillion cubic feet at the start of 2020, the 11th largest among the states. 46 Alaska ranks third in the nation (after Texas and Pennsylvania) in natural gas gross withdrawals, but most of the state's gas production is not brought to market. Natural gas volumes from the North Slope far exceed local demand, and there is no pipeline to transport

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  • coal - wikipedia

    Coal - Wikipedia

    Coal is a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, formed as rock strata called coal seams.Coal is mostly carbon with variable amounts of other elements; chiefly hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen. Coal is formed when dead plant matter decays into peat and is converted into coal by the heat and pressure of deep burial over millions of years.

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  • district energy is a fit for seattle | the urbanist

    District Energy Is a Fit for Seattle | The Urbanist

    Feb 23, 2021· At home, the Seattle Steam Company–now Enwave Seattle–was converting its then oil-fired boiler to electricity-powered boilers in the 1970s. At one point, it was one of Seattle City Light’s four largest costumers, but Seattle Steam converted its boilers to natural gas in 1977 after Seattle City Light faced an energy shortage.

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