Explore the potential of combined heat and power storage
KuneVerda helps companies, governments and municipalities to become more sustainable through the application of various innovative technologies. KuneVerda analyzes the energy management per location and situation. What goes in and what goes out? The combination of insight and experience enables them to apply the most suitable technologies for each situation.
Energy storage solutions
KuneVerda has a wide range of industrial batteries for short (hours) and medium (days) storage in their portfolio. An integrated approach is key. For example, all heat released by solar panels is collected and can be used again for heating or for converting it into electricity. The ES-CHP (Energy Storage – Combined Heat and Power) batteries developed by KuneVerda store energy in the form of (high temperature) heat. This makes it possible to use smaller tanks. The ES-CHP battery can be charged with (residual) heat as well as with electricity and can supply both heat and electricity.
Both heat and electricity storage
Project KuneVerda & Fieldlab Industrial Electrification: combined heat and power storage
On February 1, 2021, KuneVerda and the Fieldlab joined forces to conduct a feasibility study into combined heat and power storage. This solution has the potential to convert heat flows into large amounts of energy for industrial applications. Do you have residual heat from your industrial process with a temperature of between 300 to 600 degrees? And do you want to make efficient use of this residual heat? Then participation in this project might be something for your organization.
This project consists of two phases:
In this phase we will test the business case of combined heat and power storage. What is the best way to tailor the techniques to the wishes and specific situations in the market?
Test (safety, certification) in a trial setup
The trial set-up can be organized at the Fieldlab, but is also possible for companies to set up their own test set-ups in collaboration.