- March 25, 2019
The TUM technology is based on optimizing the steam extraction of cogeneration plants equipped with gas turbines, enabling to achieve higher overall efficiencies and increasing the flexibility of the power plant.
March 25, 2019 - BayPAT, a service provider offering services in the area of technology transfer, IP management and commercialization, announced that it has signed an agreement with E.ON Energy Projects GmbH regarding a technology designed to improve the efficiency and flexibility of combined cycle power plants with cogeneration, developed at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and patent application filed by BayPAT. Combined cycle power plants comprise the principles of gas turbines and steam power plants. In combination with cogeneration highest efficencies are reached. The TUM technology is based on optimizing the steam extraction of cogeneration plants equipped with gas turbines, enabling to achieve higher overall efficiencies and increasing the flexibility of the power plant. As a result, a larger proportion of the fuel energy can be utilized as final energy in the form of process steam or heating energy. The TUM technology thus makes a contribution to increase both efficiency and flexibility, as well as to save natural gas consumption and CO2 emissions. With a selected team of experts and a customized marketing strategy, BayPAT identified in E.ON Energy Projects the perfect partner for the development and implementation of the technology in the market. The transfer agreement with E.ON Energy Projects implements BayPAT’s vision for filling industries sustainable innovation pipeline.Learn More
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