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Combined Heat and Power

Make the most of fuel

Where power is consumed, heat is often required as well. The processing industries use thermal energy for heating and drying or to produce steam. And in many regions of the world, the warmth in our very own homes is generated in centralized facilities. Producing both power and useful heat in a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant is the most cost-efficient way to cover these requirements. Explore Combined Heat and Power by Siemens and learn how you can achieve your energy goals at much lower costs while keeping emissions to the environment to a minimum.

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Are you ready to give your business a boost?

At Siemens, we have a proven track record of providing best-in-class products, solutions, and services for CHP. This is demonstrated by hundreds of cogeneration plants worldwide based on our expertise – first and foremost, our flagship plant Lausward Fortuna in Düsseldorf that set the world records for net efficiency, heating capacity, and electrical output. From single gas and steam turbines or heat recovery steam generators to full turnkey installations: The same commitment is iterated in all of our projects around the globe, bringing out the best in Combined Heat and Power.

Siemens Combined Heat and Power solutions, components and services: ensuring you make the most of fuel

The perfect match for all the big and small things

Wherever heat is required for either industrial processing and/or public supply, Combined Heat and Power plants are a viable and beneficial alternative. Ideally, the thermal output of a cogeneration system is matched to the user’s heat demand, and with our long-lasting experience in devising custom solutions for power production, we have all the necessary capabilities to meet your exact requirements. Whether you grow vegetables or heat cities – with our proven product range for CHP, including a wide selection of steam and gas turbines as well as our exhaustive portfolio of services, we can give just the right answers to your energy challenges of tomorrow.

Up to 30% energy cost savings, high security of supply & environmental protection

How CHP works

In Combined Heat and Power, the waste heat produced in a plant facility is utilized in other industrial processes, extracted to cover the heat demand of individual buildings, or exported to a district heating system. CHP plants are typically based on gas and/or steam turbines in simple or combined cycle configuration. In simple cycle, the waste heat generated by a gas turbine is captured in a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) or waste heat recovery boiler (WHRB) and used for heating or to produce process steam. In combined cycle CHP it is initially used to fuel a second turbine producing additional power.

Benefits of cogeneration

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Designed to be fuel flexible
Natural Gas is the fuel of choice for CHPs, where available. It is economical and relatively low impact environmentally. LNG is also increasingly available in regions where demand for reliable power is growing. In these cases, the products must also be able to accommodate alternative fuels just as reliably as gas. This flexibility enables the efficient use of local resources, such as Plant Oils, Heating Oil, HFO, Natural Gas, LPG, LNG, Coal, Bioethanol, Biomass, Biogas, or Municipal Waste.
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Select the type of fuel you have got at your disposal.

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Power and heat: The right mix
Depending on the application, CHP plants are required to produce power and heat in varying proportions. The desired power-to-heat ratio determines which primary components are best suited to a given scenario: For example, direct fired boilers are a better choice for industrial processes with very high heat demands, while gas turbine-based layouts are recommended where large amounts of power are required. Knowing how much heat and power you want to produce is thus essential for our recommendation.
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Is power or heat your main demand?

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Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
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Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine

Steam turbine
An essential part of 20,000+ power plants globally as generator or pump/compressor drives as well as delivering district heat and waste heat recovery options. The modular design of our steam turbines offers high-flexibility, availability and a short time-to-market, setting industry standards for over a century.
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Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler with steam extraction

Boiler with steam extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with heat extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine

Steam turbine
An essential part of 20,000+ power plants globally as generator or pump/compressor drives as well as delivering district heat and waste heat recovery options. The modular design of our steam turbines offers high-flexibility, availability and a short time-to-market, setting industry standards for over a century.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine

Steam turbine
An essential part of 20,000+ power plants globally as generator or pump/compressor drives as well as delivering district heat and waste heat recovery options. The modular design of our steam turbines offers high-flexibility, availability and a short time-to-market, setting industry standards for over a century.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Help
Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler with steam extraction

Boiler with steam extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction
Help
Steam independent of power generation
High temperature steam (> 300°C) for heavy industrial processes is extracted directly from the steam turbine. Low temperature steam (>150°C) for other processes is obtained by expanding the steam in the turbine unit. This also maximizes the generating efficiency of the plant. Low temperature steam for district heat or cooling offers another revenue stream. Combustion temperatures reduce emissions, fuel costs, offers fuel diversity for added flexibility, grid stabilization, fast/black starts.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with heat extraction

Steam turbine with heat extraction
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more

Supplementary firing

Supplementary firing
Exhaust temperatures can be increased on demand with supplementary firing. It is thus ideally suited for applications with heat peaking requirements, such as industrial processes with fluctuating heat demand. It may also be installed as a safeguard against the failure of another heat source.
Contact our experts
Help
Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more

Condenser

Condenser
The standard steam turbine unit can be extended to include a condenser, which improves economic and environmental operating efficiency by recycling steam condensate for reuse by the steam generator. This is especially vital for operations in locations where access to water is limited and costly.
Read more
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more

Condenser

Condenser
The standard steam turbine unit can be extended to include a condenser, which improves economic and environmental operating efficiency by recycling steam condensate for reuse by the steam generator. This is especially vital for operations in locations where access to water is limited and costly.
Read more

Heat storage

Heat storage
Our steam turbines support CHSP plants with advanced heat storage systems ensuring uniform power supplies, thus boosting full-load operating hours and efficiency. Heat storage also offers the ability to deliver heat independent of power generators.

Supplementary firing

Supplementary firing
Exhaust temperatures can be increased on demand with supplementary firing. It is thus ideally suited for applications with heat peaking requirements, such as industrial processes with fluctuating heat demand. It may also be installed as a safeguard against the failure of another heat source.
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

Supplementary firing

Supplementary firing
Exhaust temperatures can be increased on demand with supplementary firing. It is thus ideally suited for applications with heat peaking requirements, such as industrial processes with fluctuating heat demand. It may also be installed as a safeguard against the failure of another heat source.

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Heat storage

Heat storage
Our steam turbines support CHSP plants with advanced heat storage systems ensuring uniform power supplies, thus boosting full-load operating hours and efficiency. Heat storage also offers the ability to deliver heat independent of power generators.
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

Supplementary firing

Supplementary firing
Exhaust temperatures can be increased on demand with supplementary firing. It is thus ideally suited for applications with heat peaking requirements, such as industrial processes with fluctuating heat demand. It may also be installed as a safeguard against the failure of another heat source.

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Contact our experts
Help
Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG with steam extraction

HRSG with steam extraction
Steam from the low-pressure section of the HRSG can supply district heat or heat for industrial processes. Its modular design offers high flexibility, availability and expedited time­to­market. Highly efficient cogeneration delivers overall fuel efficiency of up to 85 percent, field proven.
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
Read more

Condenser

Condenser
The standard steam turbine unit can be extended to include a condenser, which improves economic and environmental operating efficiency by recycling steam condensate for reuse by the steam generator. This is especially vital for operations in locations where access to water is limited and costly.
Read more

Heat storage

Heat storage
Our steam turbines support CHSP plants with advanced heat storage systems ensuring uniform power supplies, thus boosting full-load operating hours and efficiency. Heat storage also offers the ability to deliver heat independent of power generators.
Contact our experts
Help
Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
Contact our experts

Gas turbine

Gas turbine
Our gas turbines support a wide spectrum of applications with efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility. Heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines (4 to 450 MW) are designed to meet today's dynamic energy market as well as deliver a rapid return on investment.
Read more

HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator)

HRSG
Utilizing gas turbine exhaust to use the waste heat for the GT cycle, HRSG offer a range of industrial and power generation features with vital added economic and environmental benefits. Fast gas turbine starts offer reduced start-up costs and significantly lower emissions, for example.

Heat storage

Heat storage
Our steam turbines support CHSP plants with advanced heat storage systems ensuring uniform power supplies, thus boosting full-load operating hours and efficiency. Heat storage also offers the ability to deliver heat independent of power generators.
Contact our experts
Help
Adaptability: Efficient power on demand
Heat storage offers operators the ability to supply heating systems independent of power generation in a CHP plan. Stored heat energy can also be converted into electricity via steam turbines. This offers operators extreme flexibility at a very low set up cost. Added steam can be sold to industrial customers, for district heating or used to make surplus power for more revenues. This technology comes in various sizes and output classes, limited only by space requirements for the storage container.
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Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
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Heat storage

Heat storage
Our steam turbines support CHSP plants with advanced heat storage systems ensuring uniform power supplies, thus boosting full-load operating hours and efficiency. Heat storage also offers the ability to deliver heat independent of power generators.
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Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
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Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
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Steam independent of power generation
Siemens turbines can be equipped with uncontrolled/controlled steam extraction to meet specific demands. Configured for process steam at appropriate pressure levels for various industrial applications and or district heating. Adaptability is a prerequisite for providing the best solution for any application that may need varied steam qualities and quantities. SPPA also offers management for precise analysis of plant workflow, maximum flexibility and availability of services and optimum revenues.
Contact our experts

Boiler

Boiler
A direct fired boiler with downstream steam turbine is a strong option for low-cost wood and waste fuels. Power output costs and emissions are both reduced. Downtimes are cut and operational flexibility is improved.

Steam turbine with steam extraction

Steam turbine with steam extraction
Siemens steam turbines are readily configurable for industrial and district heating applications. The qualities and quantities of steam, e.g. can be adapted to address various end user requirements, with flexible uncontrolled or controlled steam extraction functions to meet very specific demands.
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Condenser

Condenser
The standard steam turbine unit can be extended to include a condenser, which improves economic and environmental operating efficiency by recycling steam condensate for reuse by the steam generator. This is especially vital for operations in locations where access to water is limited and costly.
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Setting global standards in CHP

With a comprehensive portfolio of gas and steam turbines and extensive plant construction expertise, we are a leading player in the CHP market and field-proven in thousands of plants worldwide. The Siemens CHP portfolio is an invitation to our customers to choose the most suitable solutions and components and, if applicable, integrate them in existing systems. Our experts are happy to support you and your project as extensively as you wish – from consultation to plant design to a full turnkey solution.

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Around the world with cogeneration

The numerous advantages of Combined Heat and Power make it an ideal solution for an even greater number of possible applications. See how businesses across the globe benefit from Siemens products and solutions for CHP, from waste treatment in Scotland to textile manufacturing in Mexico.

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