Cogeneration is the simultaneous generation of two types of energy from one source. Cogeneration can also be referred to as a combined heat and power system or CHP. Most cogeneration systems produce electric power and heat power. Read more.
Natural gas combustion spins a turbine or a reciprocating engine that is coupled to a generator. The generator generates electricity for your business. The exhaust heat is then transferred to hot water that can be used for heating or cooling your building. Read more.
If you answered yes to most of these, your facility may be a good candidate for cogeneration. Please contact us with more questions so we can help propose a system for your facility.
We now have Yanmar 5kW and 10kW micro CHP systems available for residential and small commercial customers. If you use a... Read More
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Schools and universities are large consumers of electric and heat energy. Cogeneration can produce both of these forms of... Read More