Study on energy conservation effects of housing electricity and heat source equipments

Installation effect of distributed power and heat source system for housing (Part 2)

Hiroshi Kuroki, Shotaro Shimizu, Miharu Nakao, Hiroko Aoki, Hiroto Takaguchi, Toshiyuki Watanabe

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    Abstract

    This paper presents effects of housing electricity and heat source equipments. We studied about energy saving effects of 4 equipments, CO 2 Heat Pump water heater (CO2-HP), Micro Gas Engine Co-Generation System (GE-μ CGS), Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Co-Generation System (PEFC-CGS), and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Co-Generation System (SOFC-CGS). As the result, we have found that energy consumption and CO2 emission reduction rate is the highest in case of SOFC-CGS. Energy consumption is reduced by 17-20% using SOFC-CGS on Electric Power Load Tracking Operation, and 44-47% on Rated Operation. And CO2 emission is reduced by 5-20% on Electric Power Load Tracking Operation and 22-46% on Rated Operation.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)43-50
    Number of pages8
    JournalJournal of Environmental Engineering
    Volume75
    Issue number647
    Publication statusPublished - 2010 Jan

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    Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC)
    Energy conservation
    Electricity
    Energy utilization
    Water heaters
    Gas engines
    Fuel cells
    Electrolytes
    Pumps
    Polymers
    Hot Temperature

    Keywords

    • Co-generation system
    • CO heat pump water heater
    • CO reduction
    • Model-based simulation
    • Polymer electrolyte fuel cell
    • Primary energy reduction
    • Solid oxide electrolyte fuel cell Gas Engine Co-Generation System

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    • Environmental Engineering

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    Study on energy conservation effects of housing electricity and heat source equipments : Installation effect of distributed power and heat source system for housing (Part 2). / Kuroki, Hiroshi; Shimizu, Shotaro; Nakao, Miharu; Aoki, Hiroko; Takaguchi, Hiroto; Watanabe, Toshiyuki.

    In: Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 75, No. 647, 01.2010, p. 43-50.

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