BayPAT announced that it has signed an agreement with E.ON Energy Projects regarding a technology improving the efficiency and flexibility of combined-cycle power plants with cogeneration, developed at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and patent application filed by BayPAT. The TUM technology is based on optimizing the steam extraction of cogeneration plants equipped with gas turbines, enabling achievable higher overall efficiencies and increasing the flexibility of the power plant.
“We are very happy that BayPAT could make a valuable contribution to help achieve reductions in CO2 emissions by providing access to a novel technology in the field of power engineering,” said Dr. Robert Phelps, BayPAT’s Chief Executive Officer.
"By acquiring this innovative technology from the Technical University of Munich, we can significantly increase the value contribution and sustainability of our energy solutions and our customers benefit from this! The increased flexibility of our CHP plants opens up new opportunities in constantly changing energy markets. This sets us apart from our competitors. We think it's great that BayPAT has given us access to this innovation," said Manfred Wirsing, Managing Director of E.ON Energy Projects GmbH.
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