SPCleantech participated on 20.02.2020 in subsequent cyclical workshop organized by the shareholder in SPCleantech, University of Science and Technology in Krakow – AGH, devoted to the topic of energy clusters. This time the topic of the workshop was “Cluster as a technological challenge – cogeneration and installations”
The local balancing areas created within clusters contain sources / reservoirs that guarantee a reduction of energy consumption from the public network, and in the extreme case the autonomous operation of the micro-networks thus created. Their structure often includes sources based on various energy generation technologies, thus differing in operational characteristics. This makes their aggregation not an easy task and sometimes requires advanced energy flow management systems. The aim of the workshop was to provide knowledge about the operational properties of distinguished, often encountered local energy sources. Sample effects of existing installations were presented.
1 0:30 – 10:40. Information about the Cluster project and introduction to the seminar – Sławomir Kopeć, AGH University of Science and Technology
10:40 – 10:55. Polygeneration systems for cogeneration of electricity, heat and cold production Wojciech Nowak, AGH University of Science and Technology
10:55 – 11:10. Small cogeneration devices for use in single-family housing and public buildings
Wojciech Nowak, AGH University of Science and Technology
11:10 – 11:30. Biogas installations – Tadeusz Żaba, Municipal Water and Sewage Enterprise
11:30 – 11:50. Technical possibilities of electricity generation in a hydroelectric power plant – Aleksander Kyć, ZEW Niedzica SA
11:50 – 12:10. Control strategy for low voltage power microsystem – Lodz University of Technology
12: 10-13: 00 BREAK
13:00 – 13:20. Example 1 – Obtained effects of cooperation of gas micro-cogeneration with solar collectors – Andrzej Jurkiewicz, eGmina, Infrastruktura, Energetyka Sp. z o.o.
13:20 – 13:40. Example 2 – Analysis of the use of electricity production in installations up to 10 kW – Waldemar Milej, AGH University of Science and Technology
13:40 – 14:00. Example 3 – Analysis of the possibilities of cooperation between a PV installation and a heat pump Edmund Ciesielka, AGH University of Science and Technology
14:00 – Summary and announcement of further actions