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Abbey of Pannonhalma

Heat demands are always higher than the capacity of the CHP unit. In winter the CHP unit provides heat for DHW and partly for heating purposes. The remaining part of the heat demand is covered by the biomass and gas boilers. The biomass boiler satisfies the base load of the system, the gas boiler is activated only in winter peak periods. If the local electric demand is low then the CHP unit operates at a lower capacity producing less heat. In this case the biomass and gas boilers operate at a higher capacity covering the remaining heat demands. In summer, the CHP unit can entirely satisfy the heat demand of the DHW production therefore the biomass and gas boilers are switched off all during the summer season.

Keywords:best practice, biomass, CHP, wood combustion
Demoproject type:Working plant
Energy plant type:Thermal energy plant
Adress:Vár 1, 9090 Pannonhalma, Hungary
Project website:http://www.bences.hu/en
Start up dates:planning: 2008; construction: 2008; operation/commissioning: 2011
Feedstocks of current use:forestry residues, wood residues, wineyard residues, stem of lavander
Used systems:Biomass boiler, CHP plant
Plant/system running time:7162 h/a>( more info )
Type of final product:heat, electricity
Total budget:Biomass boilers: 1.38 million € + CHP unit: 182 012 € mil. EUR
Public support:Biomass boilers: 0.69 million €+ CHP unit: 89 404 € mil. EUR



This project is implemented through
the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF