New combined heat and power plants are funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment with a one-time investment subsidy. The subsidy is graded according to the electrical output of the CHP systems.
So you get for example for
A heat efficiency bonus of 25% of the basic subsidy is also granted for heating systems that are equipped with an exhaust gas heat exchanger for the use of condensing technology and are connected to a hydraulically balanced heating system. This increases the subsidies for the Ecopower 1.0 CHP to EUR 2,375 and for the Senertec badger to EUR 3,688.
A CHP provides heat, electricity and independence!
Plants with an output of up to 20 kWel in existing buildings are funded. The facilities
In cogeneration, an internal combustion engine produces mechanical power. It is converted into electrical energy by a generator. the electricity produced in this way can be used directly on site or fed into the public power grid. The heat generated by the internal combustion engine is used for heating and hot water preparation.
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