Integration and monitoring of microCHP systems in residential application at the Canadian Centre for Housing Technology

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TypeArticle
ConferenceMicro-Cogeneration 2008: 29 April 2008, Ottawa, Ontario
Pages8
SubjectHousing technology
AbstractA 5kW, second-generation, solid oxide fuel cell for a residential application was tested. Heat from the fuel cell was used for space and hot water heating, and electricity was sent to and from the grid. The project examined residential combined heat and power issues such as thermal storage, grid connection, optimal fuel cell sizing, natural gas use, electricity and heat outputs, contribution to space and hot-water heating, and supplementary heat (natural gas) requirements.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number50293
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NPARC number20378270
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