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Combined Heat and Power: A Total Energy Solution for Mining and Minerals, Separation Chemical Process Plants 

10-16-2017 15:22

Summary

Mining and minerals separation plants with extensive chemical processes rely heavily on electrical power and require large quantities of high pressure steam. Yet, majority of these facilities are likely to be located in remote areas, far from reliable utility grid power sources, requiring power generation at the mine site. This adds considerable cost, complexity, and time to the project. In many cases, an on-site CHP plant is a viable solution.

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Chris Brooks, Vanderweil Power Group

Garen Demirchian, Vanderweil Power Group


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#AnnualConference
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#CHP
#Vanderweil
#Industrial
#Reliability
#Grid Modernization
#Resiliency
#UnitedStates
#NorthAmerica

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Chris Brooks, Vanderweil Power Group Garen Demirchian, Vanderweil Power Group