The power-generating pellet boiler for single-family dwellings
Heat with pellets while generating electricity
Power-producing pellet heating has a wide variety of uses. Be it in a family home or company, there are many application areas. The power-generating heating system promises the following benefits:
- Greater independence from local energy suppliers
- CO2-neutral operation thanks to use of wood pellets
- Regional value creation through utilisation of wood waste and avoidance of energy imports
- No heat losses such as those in a central power station
- No line losses because power generated in-house
The basis for power-producing pellet heating is the Pellematic Condens, one of the most efficient pellet boilers with condensing technology. This is supplemented with a Stirling engine for electricity generation.
Pioneering Condens condensing technology helps achieve an efficiency of 107.3% combined with minimum emissions. Due to the compact boiler technology with integrated Stirling engine, the Pellematic Condens_e only requires a room height of 2.15 m and it leads the way in terms of efficiency and space savings.
As usual, the Pellematic Condens_e provides the required comforting heat for domestic hot water and central heating, which is stored in a buffer cylinder. This allows the system running times to be adjusted individually and on-site consumption of the electricity generated on site to be increased.
Projects already implemented
This map shows you the location of all reference systems that have been installed and commissioned to date. Those marked in yellow are power-generating pellet heating systems, while those marked in green represent pellet heating systems with eReady pack. These customers retain the option of retrofitting the Stirling engine for electricity generation at a later date.
This overview clearly shows that many people in Europe already count on sustainable heat and self-generated electricity and are striving for greater energy freedom.
The benefits of the Pellematic Condens_e at a glance
Thanks to a thermal output of 9 kW, the system also achieves long running times with simultaneous constant electricity production in spring and autumn. This increases the share of on-site power consumption up to between 70 and 90%. The buffer cylinder integrated in the system also serves to maximise the share of on-site power consumption.
Retrofittable electricity generation
The Pellematic Condens can also be equipped with the eReady pack for subsequent installation of a Stirling engine. Prepared interfaces on the controller and hydraulics enable subsequent installation of the power generator, thereby providing the first step towards energy independence.