Bucharest to convert plant to cogeneration

Romanian thermal energy supply company Radet has revealed plans to convert one of its heat supply plants to produce power too.

The proposed CHP plant will be equipped with three internal combustion engines with an estimated capacity of 10 MWth and 10 MWe. Detailed design will take place in 2016 if the project gains regulatory approval.

According to the company, its board recently approved an €8.2 million investment to convert the installation located in the Casa Presei building in the north of Bucharest.

‘The approval and implementation of the investment will be reduced losses in heat network, which will be felt primarily by consumers in the northern area of Bucharest, who will benefit from quality services in terms of supply of heat,’ said Valentin Viţalariu, Radet general manager, in a statement.

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