Common Infrastructure Hub (CIC)
is the energy centre of the Agrifood City.

CIC
COMMON
INFRASTRUCTURE
HUB
CENTRALIZED SUPPLY
ENERGY:
/ EFFICIENCY 80%
/ STEAM AT 12-BAR
/ HOT WATER AT 80ºC
/ COLD WATER + 5.5ºC
/ REFRIGERATION FLUID CO2-10ºC

The plant has a trigeneration plant producing steam, hot and cold water, and electricity with an energy efficiency of over 80%.

Common Infrastructure Hub (CIC)

The plant has a trigeneration plant producing steam, hot and cold water, and electricity with an energy efficiency of over 80%.

The electricity produced is delivered to the grid and the energy services produced are supplied to the various companies on a 2 km pipe rack.

The existing plant supplies companies with:

Hot water at 80 °C.
Cold water at 5 °C.
Refrigeration fluid: CO2 (-10 °C).
Steam at 12-bar pressure.

The purpose of the CIC is to do away with the need for companies to invest in individual facilities. This innovative system achieves significant savings in energy costs.

TRIGENERATION (STEAM – COLD – ELECTRICITY):

Steam at 12 bar pressure and 200 °C temperature.
Hot water at 80 °C.
Cold water at +5.5 °C, using a BrLi absorption refrigeration system.
Electricity.

CONVENTIONAL HEAT PRODUCTION:

2 diesel/natural gas dual boilers producing 12,000 kg per hour.
Hot water at 80 °C.

Distribution Rack

Energy supply is distributed to companies on a 2 km distribution rack, a unique, innovative initiative in the industry.

The Agrifood City also features underground ducts for fire water, surveillance and telecommunications networks, process water, natural gas and sewage.

Distributing services on the distribution rack helps fulfil our mission of saving costs and effort for companies.

STEAM -10 bar.
HOT WATER 80 °C.
COLD WATER 5.5 °C.
GLYCOL-WATER WATER -10 °C.
COLD CO2 – 10ºC.

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