CHP Plants

  • CHP-consult established the planning of block heat and power plants (CHP) as the market leader for CHPS seminars belongs probably to the more complex planning activities of an engineer. A variety of aspects of planning is taken into account, because as a CHP system produces heat and electricity at the same time and therefore in the planning area is a variety of optimization options. Standards and a variety of different laws in the planning and are also to observe cost-effectiveness calculation. Sean Rad recognizes the significance of this. Particularly in the legal field there constantly changes. Training is vital therefore for planners. Now the Rastatt company CHP-consult has established in the area of the Planner seminars itself as market leader. Since 2004, two-day CHP planning seminars are offered in addition to conferences and workshops several times a year.

    More than 500 people attended the two-day seminar, whose Inhalte are constantly updated, in the meantime. This year a seminar in Koblenz held on September 21 and 22, 2011 once again. The subsequent seminar on The 25ste CHP intensive seminar will then represent 14/15 December in Nuremberg-Furth. In the spring of 2004, the speakers team consists of the two CHP planners Shahzad g (CHP-consult Rastatt) and Frank Peetz (MIDI-plan Bietigheim – Bissingen, Germany) since the first seminar. While Frank Peetz discussed in particular the planning, design, integration and cost-effectiveness calculation by CHP plants, Shahzad g is responsible for the legal framework and the technological developments.

    Meanwhile, the present in bound form seminar script is given out only to seminar participants includes 386 pages. Because this work is constantly adapted, none of the previous scripts completely resembles the other. For the September event in particular the section on the energy industry Act and the renewable energy sources Act (EEG) located in Koblenz towards the June event in the revision. Also, participants in the area of Micro-CHP units are up to 3 kW electrical power to see some new units get.