Integrated Trigen India Portal

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Launching of the redesigned Trigen India portal with the dynamic Trigen Map feedback system at the IGEF - KFW side event on Indo German Partnership on Energy Efficiency on 28th February, 2014 at the Fensterbau Frontale India 2014

  

Please visit the IGEF - KFW stall (No. A 98) at the Fensterbau Frontale India 2014 to see the Trigen Map on display.

  

Trigeneration technology is the simultaneous production of electricity, heat and cooling.

  

Download the Trigen Map to get an idea of the potential for trigeneration installations in your city. Please provide your comments to improve the map further on the feedback page.

  

Trigen event at the FICCI Auditorium, New Delhi on "Trigeneration Technology - Promotion of Building Energy Efficiency in the Indian building sector".

  

Inside the Trigen Plant at the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre (JPNATC) in New Delhi, India.

  

The Trigen Plant host site at the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre (JPNATC) in New Delhi, India

  

Download the publication - Trigeneration in India - Market Assessment Study.

  

Inauguration of the Trigen Plant at the Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre (JPNATC) on 31st October, 2012


  • Introduction

    Trigeneration Technology:
    Trigeneration technology is the simultaneous production of electricity, heat and cooling, is largely unknown in India and not sufficiently tested.

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Introduction

Air conditioning is a major source of energy consumption with ambient temperatures reaching over 40°C in summer in most part of the country. Present cooling technologies are predominantly based on compression chillers which are driven by electricity from the grid. Due to losses in power generation and transmission, only 25 % of the primary energy used in a coal fired power plant reaches the end user. In comparison a cogeneration or Trigeneration system at the end users site, can reach overall efficiencies of 80%, as it can utilize the waste heat from power generation to cover the heating and cooling demand of the facility. In addition, there are no transmission losses. The benefits are even higher, since the decentralized cogeneration and Trigeneration units are lowering peak power demand. They even could provide costly peak power and reduce damaging power cuts in India if they are allowed to sell to the grid.

Most promising areas of Trigeneration application include hospitals, hotels, departmental stores, data centres, industries, etc. Overall it is estimated that there are several thousand potential sites in India where Trigeneration could be applied economically within a range of 200 kWel to several MWel per installed system.

Trigen India is a platform to bring together:

1. State/Central government ministries & department

2. Users of electricity, heating and cooling (simultaneously)

3. Manufacturers and suppliers

4. Service providers

5. Energy Managers

6. Energy Auditors

7. Architects

8. Engineers

9. Utilities

10.ESCOs

11. Academic and research institutions

The website also provides a platform to bridge between national and international organizations, manufacturers and technology providers on Trigen and Cogen technology.

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