bioenergy capacity installed

Definition

Installed capacity is the what a power station can produce in at any instance if it runs optimally. Its unit is Watt. In itself the installed capacity doesn't tell how much useful energy is actually produced in a certain amount of time but the theoretical maximum at any one moment.For example a bioenergy power plant with heat extraction might not exploit its full installed capacity because the demand for heat simply isn’t there throughout the year.

Installed capacity is the what a power station can produce in at any instance if it runs optimally. Its unit is Watt. In itself the installed capacity doesn't tell how much useful energy is actually produced in a certain amount of time but the theoretical maximum at any one moment.For example a bioenergy power plant with heat extraction might not exploit its full installed capacity because the demand for heat simply isn?t there throughout the year.