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Metering system, for fuel gas and related standards in context with the power and heat act


Fuel gas measurement and regulating stations applied for projects under the combined heat and power act not only need to meet metrological and technical requirements. Beside the measurement instruments directive MI-002 local rules of the grid operator and certain demands for the digital data communication interface must be considered.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn the fundamentals of the measurement instruments directive MI-002 applied for fuel gas
  • Get to know the main system components and relevant metering technologies
  • Understand other relevant regulations and requirements
  • Get an understanding of a typical project execution


Martin Kurth

Martin Kurth

KROHNE, CT Gas measurement systems

Martin Kurth has studied electrical engineering and holds a master degree from the University of Siegen, Germany. Meanwhile he has more than 25 years of experience in ultrasonic gas custody transfer measurement, working for INSTROMET (1993-2006) and KROHNE (2006-present). Expertise is gained in the fields of product sales, product marketing and product management.