Cogeneration with gas turbine engines

Najjar Y., Akyurt M., Al-Rabghi O., Alp T.

Heat Recovery Systems and CHP, vol.13, no.5, pp.471-480, 1993 (Scopus) identifier identifier


Cogeneration, simply, is the generation of energy for one process from the excess energy supplied to another process. Cogeneration, then, is nothing more than an economically sound method for the conservation of resources [1]. Thus, the benefits from the use of cogeneration may be cited as energy conservation, environmental improvement and financial attractiveness to investors. In the near future energy efficiency must no longer be a choice, but a commitment-hence the timely importance of this review. © 1993.