Combined Heat and Power 
in Ireland 
Trends 1991 – 2013
Overview 
– The Survey 
– CHP In Ireland 2013 
– CHP In Ireland 1991-2013 
– Contribution to Gross Electricity Consumption...
The Survey
2013 CHP Survey 
System Details Year Specific Information 
Installation Site Annual Operating Hours 
Address Fuel Input (M...
CHP In Ireland 2013
Operational Capacity by Fuel 2013 
Total Operational Capacity: 
308.1 MWe 
Total Units: 251
CHP By Sector 2013 
Total Operational Capacity: 
308.1 MWe 
Total Units: 251
CHP In Ireland 1991-2013
Units and Capacity 1991 to 2013
Fuel Inputs and Energy Outputs
Contribution to Gross Electricity Consumption
CHP Electricity as a % of Gross Electricity 
Consumption 1990 to 2013
EU (27) CHP Electricity as % of Total Electricity 
Generated 2011
Summary
Summary 
– Operational capacity in 2013 was 308 MWe (251 units), a 
0.6% increase on 2012. 
– Natural gas was the preferre...
Thank you. 
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland is partly financed by 
Ireland’s EU Structural Funds Programme co-...
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CHP in Ireland 2014

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Combined Heat and Power statistics in Ireland 2014 report update.

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CHP in Ireland 2014

  1. 1. Combined Heat and Power in Ireland Trends 1991 – 2013
  2. 2. Overview – The Survey – CHP In Ireland 2013 – CHP In Ireland 1991-2013 – Contribution to Gross Electricity Consumption – Summary
  3. 3. The Survey
  4. 4. 2013 CHP Survey System Details Year Specific Information Installation Site Annual Operating Hours Address Fuel Input (MWh) County Total Electricity Generated (MWh) CHP Supplier Total Heat Generated (MWh) Installation Date Heat Usefully Employed (MWh) Prime Mover Electricity Exported to the Grid (MWh) Fuel Type Installed Electrical Capacity (kWe) Installed Thermal Capacity (kWt)
  5. 5. CHP In Ireland 2013
  6. 6. Operational Capacity by Fuel 2013 Total Operational Capacity: 308.1 MWe Total Units: 251
  7. 7. CHP By Sector 2013 Total Operational Capacity: 308.1 MWe Total Units: 251
  8. 8. CHP In Ireland 1991-2013
  9. 9. Units and Capacity 1991 to 2013
  10. 10. Fuel Inputs and Energy Outputs
  11. 11. Contribution to Gross Electricity Consumption
  12. 12. CHP Electricity as a % of Gross Electricity Consumption 1990 to 2013
  13. 13. EU (27) CHP Electricity as % of Total Electricity Generated 2011
  14. 14. Summary
  15. 15. Summary – Operational capacity in 2013 was 308 MWe (251 units), a 0.6% increase on 2012. – Natural gas was the preferred fuel with 84% of units and 92% of operational capacity – Services sector accounted for 82% of units but only 13% of operational capacity. – In 2013, 7.4% of total electricity generation was from CHP installations – Full 2014 CHP report available for download from http://www.seai.ie/energy-data-portal/
  16. 16. Thank you. The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland is partly financed by Ireland’s EU Structural Funds Programme co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Union.

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