Articles in this category introduce the concept and characteristics, types, status and development trends of distributed power generation.
According to a research report by Navigant Research, in 2015, the global new distributed installed capacity was approximately 136GW. The report pointed out that with the continuous improvement of power infrastructure and the rapid growth of power demand, it is estimated that by 2024, the global installed capacity of distributed energy will exceed 530GW. With […]Read More
In recent years, with the continuous increase in the promulgation of distributed energy policies, the continuous recognition of the importance of distributed energy, and the continuous launch of new distributed energy projects and energy companies into the market, China’s distributed energy has developed rapidly. On January 1, 2006, the “Renewable Energy Law of the People’s […]Read More
The development of electricity in Europe is different from that of the United States and Japan. When developing electricity, more emphasis is placed on the impact of the power system on the environment. In recent years, the increase in installed power generation capacity in Europe has mainly relied on new or renewable energy sources. The […]Read More
Under the dual pressure of energy crisis and environmental degradation, distributed power generation, as a supplement to the traditional power supply method, is gradually being widely used and playing an increasingly important role. The United States is one of the first countries in the world to study distributed power generation. Since the 1970s, distributed power […]Read More
4. Micro gas turbine power generation The micro gas turbine power generation system is mainly composed of a micro gas turbine, a generator, and a digital power controller. It uses gasoline, diesel, natural gas, methane, etc. as fuel. Among them, the micro gas turbine is equipped with a regenerative cycle, which greatly improves the energy utilization […]Read More
Distributed power generation systems use various available resources for small-scale distributed power generation, and there are many classification methods. From the perspective of energy used, it can be classified into the use of renewable energy, the use of fossil energy, and the use of secondary energy and garbage fuel. Among them, the renewable energy sources […]Read More
At present, China’s power system is mostly a centralized single power supply system with large generating units, large power grids, and high voltage as the main characteristics. However, with the increasing scale of power grids and the demands of economic development, loads have higher and higher requirements for power supply reliability and power quality. Several […]Read More