Trigeneration in Sydney has been running for three quarters of year

The energy centre at Sydney Airport has been in operation since May 2013. By the end of the year, it has produced 15,000 MWh of electricity and 18,000 MWh of cold.

The energy centre ensures a cold supply for administrative buildings and other areas of the airport and supplies electricity to the local grid. There are 2 TEDOM CHP units, each of 4.3 MW output, absorption coolers of 10 MW output and electric coolers of 8 MW output available. The energy centre is run by GridX, a subsidiary of TEDOM.


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