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Author Topic: Stirling Engine fitted to a wood pellet boiler  (Read 233 times)
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« on: November 12, 2020, 07:47:35 PM »

 I found this pellet boiler website that has a pellet boiler with a  stirling engine attached powering a 1kw generator.https://www.oekofen.com/de-de/myenergy365/ . This was something I was looking for about 8 years ago but there  was very little equipment available  ( eg the Baxi and Whispergen which are mentioned in previous threads) and I was also told that stirling engines can be very unreliable so I dropped the idea . However this advert seems to suggest that the technology is maybe coming more mainstream. Has anybody used a stirling engine for generating electricity recently and if so what are their experience. Thanks
 
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