Why innovative CHP systems are good for the climate and your business

35 min + 20 min Q&A

Why innovative CHP systems are good for the climate and your business

The power and heating sector is under a lot of pressure to reduce carbon emissions and become increasingly flexible while still remain profitable. Therefore, the German Government is putting more emphasis on innovative CHP solutions and renewable heat production in the latest amendments to the CHP Act (KWKG2020). Wärtsilä and Uniper have jointly modelled these business cases to understand the implications of these regulatory changes and to find the optimal solution for our customers.

In this webinar, we take a closer look at these regulatory changes, review the modelling and discuss why innovative CHP solutions significantly improve the business case of new investments.

Join our Market Development Manager, Jan Andersson, Uniper Engineering’s Jan Feldmann and Dr. Jens Kühne from AGFW as they discuss topics including:

  • What the amendments to the KWKG mean in practice
  • Why new CHP plants should include renewable heat generation
  • The three most important things that must be considered when planning a CHP plant with renewable heat production
  • How Uniper and Wärtsilä together can be your partner from creating the business case, delivering the solution, and provide services throughout the lifecycle

The webinar is partially presented in English with German translation.

Our presenters

Jan Andersson
Jan Andersson
General Manager, Market Development
Jan Feldmann
Senior Key-Account Manager Uniper
Dr.-Ing. Jens Kühne
Dr.-Ing. Jens Kühne
Head of Department, Generation, sector coupling and storage AGFW