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From motors to transformers: the Power Plant Night in Debrecen is waiting for everyone again
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Published on 24/09/2021 21:40 | Updated: 24/09/2021 21:40
Debrecen – Visitors are welcome at two locations on October 8, who can gain insight into the behind-the-scenes of energy production.
After years of discomfort caused by the pandemic, the Visitors’ Night organized by MEKH – the largest and most popular energy industry event in the country – was visited again on 8 October.
The power plants and heating plants will open to visitors at 35 locations across the country, with a number of interesting programs, close-ups, gigantic equipment and expert guidance.
The Night of Power Plants is only about technology, but also about the sustainable environment and the conscious user, said János Péter Horváth, President of MEKH, about the meeting, who emphasized that if he knows the process of energy production, it is hoped that their energy use will be much more conscious and economical. can be a way to do a lot to protect our environment.
On October 8, those interested can visit two exciting locations in Debrecen.
VEOLIA’s Debrecen Power Plant produces the necessary heating heat energy and domestic hot water for 32,000 residential and 2,200 other consumers near the second largest city in the country. In addition to conventional boiler heat production, cogeneration is also present at the site, as well as one of the most efficient combined cycle technologies currently available. On the Night of the Power Plants, participants can learn about the past and present of the power plant, as well as see the main equipment of the power plant in operation. During the tour, it is possible to see boilers and turbines several meters high from a test slate, and in the museum garden you can see the boilers and other power plant equipment used in the first half of the last century.
The Debrecen Power Plant of E.ON Energiatermelő Kft. Will also open its doors, where interested tour guides will guide those interested from the engines to the spies, from the generator to the transformer in the gas-powered power plant. The unit produces unwanted electricity from six gas engines, each with a power output of 1940 kW, but also thermal energy, which is used to heat various buildings and facilities in the city of Debrecen.
The program is free, but registration is required. For each location a www.eromuvekejszakaja.hu can be registered on the page.