Crowne Estates, Quadrant 3, Regent Street, London
Quadrant 3 is an exemplar of The Crown Estate’s commitment to sustainable development and has achieved a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.
The 300kWe fuel cell CCHP unit installed by Logan Energy is at this time the largest and most efficient in Europe, reducing CO2 by 40% and NOx and SOx emissions by 99.99%
At Logan Energy we are involved in many educational events, the best way to explain how a fuel cell works is take it to the people!
Our 5 kWe PEM fuel cell powered by hydrogen has been used across the UK to power-
Music festivals (recharging mobile phones and main lighting and sound )
Remote venues where no grid power is available
Trade shows and exhibitions
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SSE’s customer service centre, IT and telecoms businesses, energy sales, metering and administration under one roof in the former Autoliv factory on the shore of Langstone Harbour.
The scheme comprises a 200kWe fuel cell power module operating on natural gas The fuel cell provide two thermal energy streams which are being utilised to provide high grade heat to drive a 90kW absorption chiller and low grade to pre-heat hot water feeding the main building air handling units.
The balance of plant comprises an adiabatic V form chiller, various circulating pumps and heat exchangers required to complete the integration of the system.
The fuel cell system will operate regardless of the status of the interconnected mechanical plant, so a pump fails or the absorption chiller develops a fault the fuel cell system will continue to operate rejecting any unused heat to it own heat rejection module.
SSE Penner Road case study
Logan Energy have completed the installation and integration of a 200kWe PAFC power module and associated cooling module at the TfL Palestra Building in Southwark, London.
The fuel cell forms part of an integrated tri-generation system providing electrical energy, heat and cooling to the Palestra building. It is the largest capacity fuel cell operating in London.
Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor of London said “it’s an established technology that makes commercial and operational sense, saving money and providing more resilience – as well as the obvious environmental benefits”.
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