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A 20 MW boiler inside the energy centre at the Olympic Park, which has the capacity for five such boilers (see table below)


state-of-the-art energy centres, which incorporate combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) systems and biomass boilers. The centres, known as the Kings Yard and Stratford City, and the associated network of heating and cooling mains have been designed, built and financed at a cost of £113m by utility provider Cofely, a division of GDF Suez, following competitive tender. The Kings Yard energy centre, to the


west of the Olympic Park, is the larger of the two schemes. It will supply power


to the national grid, along with heating and cooling to the Park’s permanent and temporary Olympic venues and the Olympic Village. The Stratford City energy centre will also supply electricity to the grid, but its heating and cooling energy will be supplied primarily to Westfield shopping centre and the associated commercial and office developments currently under construction at the entrance to the Park. Developing the largest district energy


scheme to be built in the UK, on time and with sufficient capacity for the Olympic


Current equipment installation and additional equipment planned for the post-Olympics legacy period, and capacities (MW)


Equipment installed for Olympic mode


Description


Gas engines (3.1MW each)


Hot water boilers (20 MW)


Bio boilers (3.5 MW)


Total heat


Absorption chillers (4 MW)


Electric chillers (7 MW)


Total cooling Cooling towers


1 2 5 1 5 10 1


Kings Yard (units)


1 2 1


Stratford (units)


2 2


Additional equipment installation planned for legacy


Kings Yard (units)


4 3 1


Stratford (units)


2 1 Kings Yard


Olympic Olympic + Legacy


Stratford


Olympic Olympic + Legacy


Total capacity (KY & S)


Olympic Olympic + Legacy


3.1 MW 15.5 MW 6.2 MW 12.4MW 9.3 MW 27.9 MW 40 MW 100 MW 40 MW 60 MW 80 MW 160 MW 3.5 MW 7MW 0 MW 0 MW 3.5 MW 7 MW 46.6 MW 122.5 MW 46.2 MW 72.4 MW 92.8 MW 194.9 MW 4 MW 4 MW 4 MW 4 MW 8 MW 8 MW 14 MW 21 MW 35 MW 35 MW 49 MW 56 MW 18 MW 25 MW 39 MW 39 MW 57 MW 64 MW


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CIBSE Journal August 2011


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