In Belgium cogeneration “may replace the nuclear power station”


Belgium’s cogeneration operators claim they are in pole position to replace nuclear power plants scheduled for phase out in the middle of the next decade. Cogeneration power stations are currently supplying 18% of energy consumed in Belgium. They are likely to supply an additional capacity of 1,000 megawatts by 2025, according to the sector organisation Cogen. The gas-fired power station demand may be reduced to 7, if the industry focuses upon the development of cogeneration.

Cogeneration power stations may be constructed far more quickly, and without European authorization.

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