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Certain business models, by nature of the industry they serve, must operate when energy costs are at the height. Retail, restaurants, and entertainment models have the added burden of maintaining constant ambient temperatures and refrigeration against an ever present flow of traffic. Traditionally AC and refrigeration units require electricity which is an expensive and highly volatile commodity. But what if we could show you options that can save your nearly 60% without changing you're annual energy budget?

CHP (combined heat power) is well-suited to facilities with higher thermal loads, consistent electric and thermal energy requirements, and round-the-clock operations. Campus institutions, such as universities and hospitals, often benefit from aggregating energy needs in a district energy CHP system.  Advances in reciprocating engines and smaller combustion turbines with capacities starting at 25kW now make it feasible for smaller, single-building users to take advantage of CHP technology.  A variety of approaches to system design have evolved, including firms that can provide design and build services, independent builder/owner/operators, and vendors who offer comprehensive energy supply and services

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Combined heat and power technology

Combined Heat and Power offers these important advantages:

  • Total system efficiencies of 75% to 85%
  • CHP systems improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs.
  • Cuts energy costs by as much as 40%
  • Equalizes Summer and Winter bills
  • Reduces peak electric energy costs and demand charges
  • Recovers and turns heat lost during power generation into usable thermal energy
  • Helps contribute to U.S. economic growth through more efficient use of resources and capital

Benefits to CHP systems:

  • All-in-one, space-saving unit that has dual capabilities to heat and cool
  • Multi-zone temperature control for greater occupant comfort
  • Cost-efficient to operate and easy to maintain
  • Opens up square footage since there are no cooling towers or mechanical rooms when compared to the chiller-boiler system
  • Ultra-low noise level
  • Innovative building design and construction potential with ductless and ducted capabilities
  • Lifecycle cost advantages over traditional electric HVAC systems
  • Reduces electrical demand by up to 60%
  • Helps businesses avoid high time-of-use changes by reducing peak electric demand
  • Smaller carbon footprint when compared to generating electricity to power traditional HVAC systems
  • One units saves enough water to fill several pools
  • Enables LEED points for green-building certification



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