A Study on the GHGs Emission Reduction Effect in Winter Depending on Adopting CHP for University Building in Korea
1 School of Architecture, Civil, Environmental and Energy Eng., Kyungpook National University, Korea
2 School of Architecture & Architectural Eng., Kyungpook National University, Korea
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As recently the increase in greenhouse gases emission is a serious global concern, international environmental regulations are strengthened and Korea is implementing the relevant regulations also. Since college buildings are clustered in a certain area, they are classified as an energy glutton building group, in which a considerable amount of GHGs emission occurs. In this regard, this research investigated reductions of GHGs emission in winter according to heating load sharing rates when adopting gas turbine CHP for college buildings. As a result of the research, when the heating load sharing rate of CHP is 90%, the reduced amount is the largest at 3,727tCO2eq, which is a 14% decrease.
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