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How to Calculate Your Savings with CHP

Cogen power solutions are rapidly gaining popularity and the reasons why are many, including economic, commercial, operational, societal, and environmental. Some of the ways that CHP can bring you savings are monetary, but since many are harder to quantify, we put together a list to help you calculate your savings with combined heat and power. […]

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What Systems Should I Put onto my CHP?

Whether you’re a hospital, university, or a commercial store selling perishables, the prospect of losing power in your facility can be frightening. It could mean shut downs, lost sales, ruined products, and, for some industries, could even put human lives in danger. A cogeneration or Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solution carries multiple benefits, the […]

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CHP Financial Incentives

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technology provides you with an on-site power generation resource that adds reliability with continuous electricity supply to support critical functions and operations, protect revenue streams, as well as provide environmental benefits through reduced emissions. CHP is a winning solution that helps many businesses expand, but (as with any capital project) […]

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Did You Know CHP Can Help with Your Business Expansion Plans?

Cogeneration or Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solutions are about Efficiency, Reliability, and Environmental and Economic benefits. Did you know that in addition to helping you save money and energy by increasing efficiency, CHP can also help with your business expansion plans? A majority of the fuel used to generate utility grid power ends up […]

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What Can You Do to Improve Your Energy Profile (With CHP) in 2018?

Businesses are increasingly seeing the commercial and societal benefits of cogen power solutions first-hand. Correctly sized and installed, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) presents one of the most efficient methods to utilize a primary energy source, offering significant advantages to all sectors that have a simultaneous thermal and electrical load. If you’re looking to get […]

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How CHP Will Help You During a Hurricane

While millions of people lost power during the recent hurricanes, certain facilities were able to keep their power, heat, and critical equipment running. This was possible due to Combined Heat and Power (CHP), a highly efficient form of onsite electric and thermal energy generation. During any major storm, energy reliability, resiliency, and security become paramount […]

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How Will Your School Perform During the Next Power Outage?

Heat and power systems for educational campuses have traditionally been separate, and quite often outdated, making them less cost-effective, reliable, or sustainable. For instance, when a power outage happens, most institutions are unable to operate until power is restored. So, if traditional systems are proving to be inefficient – is combined heat and power (CHP) […]

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CHP and Emergency Generation are not mutually exclusive

Cogeneration, or Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solutions, provide efficiency and reliability through affordable, clean energy – today and for the future. Recent extreme weather events have turned attention to energy reliability and business continuity, disrupting electric distribution systems and exposing fragilities in our power systems. When considering CHP systems and Emergency Generators, here are […]

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CHP Solutions – Central Power Plant or Micro-grid?

Your facilities are laid out based on years of decisions, growth, change and funding. Very few locations that serve the same purpose are identical. Even within a business or an organization all campuses are not built alike. Many have Central Power Plants, while others may take advantage of a micro-grid configuration. There is no correct […]

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