Microturbines are fairly small combustion wind turbines that can use gaseous or fluid gas. There are over 360 sites in the United States that currently use microturbines for CHP, representing over 8% of the overall number of CHP sites and 92 MW of aggregate capacity. In CHP applications, thermal energy from microturbine exhaust is recuperated to generate either warm water or low pressure heavy steam.
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