Case Study

CHP at Leszek Mirkowicz Industrial Park

7 Jan 2018

5 min read

Leszek Mirkowicz Industrial Zone, is a mixed use industrial park located outside the town of Blonie, 27km west of Warsaw in Poland. The industrial park uses ComAp products extensively, mainly for mains protection and CHP.

In 2008, the Czech company Tedom, installed three CHP units with ComAp controllers, to generate 3MW and 4,2MW of electric power, and to provide heating for the buildings. CHP systems operate in parallel with mains according to heating demand and excess electric power is exported to the mains through two transformers. In 2012, ComAp installed two mains controllers to take over high voltage mains breakers to ensure reverse synchronisation after mains failure and recovery.

Synchronisation on the high voltage side was an important consideration in the selection procedure and InteliMains controllers were best suited to this particular application. The high voltage switch room is linked with the CHP gen-sets by optical fiber cable due to long distance between the gen-sets and the control room, where the system is monitored against unexpected power failures, and to ensure optimum electrical and heat output.

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