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Want to know how to model CHP, district heating and low carbon energy systems?

16 December 2013

Are you involved in analysing or operating CHP, Trigen, Biomass Boilers and other low to zero carbon energy systems? Want to know more about how to size thermal stores, decide between absorption cooling or conventional electric systems or determine optimum control strategies based on financial or carbon performance?
Ever wondered whether it’s better to follow a heat led strategy or a power led strategy for CHP or what impact the use of a thermal store or the introduction of absorption cooling would have? Would solar thermal and PV complement your energy system? Or whether it would make sense to interconnect two separate communal systems?

Then come to our 2 day course in energy systems modelling using energyPRO software.

The course will now be held on 9th and 10th January 2014 at Energy Institute 61 New Cavendish Street London W1G 7AR.

Download an agenda here

Register for the course here.

Course prices are £710 plus VAT per trainee for 2 days or £370 plus VAT for one day.

energyPRO is the leading international software system for modelling complex energy systems such as district heating CHP plants with gas engines combined with boilers and thermal storage, CHP plants with absorption cooling (trigeneration), biogas fuelled CHP plants with a biogas store, biomass CHP plants, as well as other types of systems, such as geothermal, photovoltaic or wind energy. It has 1000 users in 16 countries.

 You can find out more about energyPRO here: http://www.carbondescent.org.uk/our-software/energypro

and download a demo version here: http://www.emd.dk/energyPRO/Downloads/

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