Thermal Plants

Boilers of the Diósgyőr Thermal Plant
Boilers of the Diósgyőr Thermal Plant
Boiler house of the Dunaújváros Thermal Plant
Boiler house of the Dunaújváros Thermal Plant
North-Buda Thermal Power Plant
North-Buda Thermal Power Plant
A gas engine in the Tatabánya Thermal Power Plant
A gas engine in the Tatabánya Thermal Power Plant

You may also have already experienced what a good feeling is to arrive at your well-tempered home in some cold winter days. We might be grateful for this good feeling to the thermal plants supplying heat via the district heating systems connected to several hundred thousands of flats.

The most widely used thermal plants are operated with natural gas and biomass, however, many of them are fired with coal, oil and wastes as well.

The thermal plants generate thermal energy. Through extensive pipeworks and heat centres, the flats are heated and provided with sanitary hot water by means of this thermal energy.

Today, the most heat centres are connected to remote monitoring systems, and the flats may also be subjected to automatic temperature control.

A portion of the thermal plants may generate electricity in addition to thermal energy by means of gas engine units and conventional turbine-generator sets. These are the so called thermal power plants.

The thermal plants have the big advantage of exhausting the flue gases generated during the combustion of fuels in a controlled manner, through a single stack, thus eliminating the use of thousands of fuming chimneys connected to individual household heating appliances.

Nowadays, thermal plants operated with renewable energy sources are also preferred. In these plants, specifically biomass (wood chops) or geothermal energy are utilised from the locally available resources.

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