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In addition to energy saving, the possibility to use indigenous fuels is increasing and the burden on the environment is decreasing when combined production systems are installed. For the reasons mentioned above, high priority is given to the combined production of electric power and heat in the Finnish energy policy. 1/ Prepared by Mr. E. Eskola, Ministry of Trade and Industry. 19 Development of the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in Thermal Electric Power Stations in the USSR Transmitted by the Government of the USSR 1 SUMMARY Of all the forms of energy produced, the two most widely used at present are heat and electricity.

The evaluation of this problem must, of course, depend upon the available choice at a future date, rather than on the quality of the dwindling fuel reserves which are now available, and also on the possiblities and costs of keeping harmful effects at an acceptable minimum. As many of the benefits of district heating are linked to the environment and society rather than to the individual, society has a responsibility to create the basis for evaluating the role of district heating and, where appropriate, to stimulate its use.

_ In many reports, such CHP plants are considered /_ 2, 3, 4, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18/. The main reason for this interest is the maximum efficiency of the cycle at the least capital costs. But little information is given on power consumption graphs. Evidently it is thought (to be natural) that since the turbine is running under the heat supply regime, the energy system is to respond by all its units to all the unevenness of electricity production in relation to its demand. This is possible only to some extent, and should be taken into account when estimating technical and economic parameters.

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