Støvring Combined heat and power plant

7.9 MW electrically driven heat pump that uses outside air as a heat source. In a normal year, the heat pump is expected to be able to cover approx. 80% of the heat production and will give Støvring Kraftvarmeværk new operational opportunities in the energy markets.
2018-20: A large number of air-water heat pumps (1-16 MW heat), as well as a heat pump that utilizes industrial excess heat (8.6 MW heat).
Støvring Power Plant is a natural gas-fired power plant that has been both oil- and coal-fired over time. With a view to increasing the share of renewable energy, as well as ensuring a low heating price going forward, Støvring Kraftvarmeværk has decided to invest in an electrically powered air-to-water heat pump. This will further develop the plant’s role in the electricity markets from pure electricity producer to combined electricity producer and electricity consumer in relevant markets. The heat pump is expected to deliver approx. 80% of the ex works heat demand in a normal year of just over 64,500 MWh/year.
In connection with the establishment of the electrically powered air-to-water heat pump of 7.9 MW heat, PlanEnergi has assisted Støvring Power Plant with the following:
Overall project management and client consultancy, including:
Decision-making basis for the board
Tender work for turnkey contracts (building and heat pump)
Construction of a new engineering building and cold storage yard
General authority processing regarding the heat pump project
Construction management and financial management
PlanEnergi is the client’s consultant for Støvring Power Plant and, in addition to the establishment of the heat pump, has taken care of a number of projects, including:

Planning and client advice in connection with the LT2 flue gas cooler for additional flue gas cooling on the natural gas engines.
Preparation of decision-making basis with various supply alternatives (heat pumps, solar heating, heat storage, boilers, CHP)
Investigation and implementation of surplus heat project with surplus heat from Limfjorden’s feed center

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Støvring Combined heat and power plant