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traditional gas
cogenerazionetraditional gas
What is it?

A gas is an aeriform characterised by a critical temperature below room temperature. If this is not the case, they are considered as aeriforms in gaseous state. In practice, a gas can also be defined as a non-condensable aeriform at room temperature. Over 50% of the electrical energy produced in our country comes from the use of gas and 73% of the gas imported comes from Russia and Algeria, thanks to the gas pipelines shared with these countries. A compulsory choice to use methane gas has been determined by the refusal to create nuclear and coal power stations and by the impossibility of developing water power plants due to water shortage. Unfortunately, consumption grows by 4% annually and costs are always increasing since they are linked to a price anchored to that of crude oil .


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