Achieves zero emission with exhaust heat as power source

For more than 100 years, thermal power plants have been located a considerable distance from urban areas and waste heat can not be easily utilized. The energy loss from voltage fluctuation and long-distance power transmission has reached 2/3 in most cases, but this centralized energy model has been regarded as reasonable enough all the time. In 1999, BROAD pioneered the distributed energy model - the CCHP System powered by exhaust heat from a turbine generator. This system has been applied in more than 70 countries and has typically doubled the energy efficiency of most projects, and is equals to “zero energy cost for cooling and heating”. With the growing awareness of the climate change crisis, local distributed CCHP systems will ultimately displace the bulk grid ones, just as wireless communications largely replacing hard wired communications.

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