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For combined heat and power (CHP) applications such as industrial steam production and district heating, combined cycle plants can provide very high overall efficiency, and large environmental benefits.
Co-generation applications are typically more complex in operation than standard combined cycle plants due to the requirement to support multiple operating modes, such as large variations in process steam requirements, or changing seasonal heating demand. Strong plant integration and thermal cycle design skills are essential to ensure the co-generation plant can reliably support all required operational needs.
METKA has successfully completed a major co-generation plant project for Aluminium of Greece, one of the largest co-generation plants of its kind in Europe. The plant produces electricity for the network and highly reliable steam supply to the adjacent alumina production plant.