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What size of generating station do you need to be working with in order for the system like the one you were discussing to be cost effective?
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When does using TEGs in a power plant become worthwhile?
« Reply #1 on: 14/02/2012 16:12:20 »
We answered this question on the show...



Andrew -   I would say that's an open question at the moment.  If I was to really go out on a limb I would say that a megawatt would be the point at which you would get a cost-effective system.
« Last Edit: 14/02/2012 16:12:20 by _system »

 

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