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The Effect of Wind Generation on Combined Heat and Power

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  • 1. The Effect of Wind Generation on Combined Heat and Power
    Supervisor: Prof. Mark O’Malley
    Company: Dalkia
  • 2. Combined Heat and Power
  • 3. Merit Order Without Wind
  • 4. Merit Order With Wind
    Peak Demand
  • 5. Portfolios Examined in Grid Study
  • 6. Wind Generation Pattern
  • 7. Wind Variation 1999-2008
  • 8. CHP Test Site – 1MW Gas Turbine
  • 9. Historical and Projected Natural Gas Prices
  • 10. Average System Marginal Price for CER Low Fuel Scenario
  • 11. Difference in SMP Between 10% and 30% Wind
  • 12. Effect of Wind on CHP Gross Savings
  • 13. Correlation of Savings with Wind Penetration
  • 14. Sensitivity Analysis 30% Wind Low Fuel
  • 15. Conclusion
    Wind will reduce viability of CHP
    Possible to counteract this by levying capacity charges based on the volume of electricity a CHP imports, not on the capacity of their grid connection