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Cogeneration - also known as Cogen, CHP, Combined Heat and Power, and other descriptors — is the simultaneous production of heat and electric power from a single energy source. One source, two outcomes — hence co-generation.
Much like your car captures engine heat to warm the passenger compartment and power your lights and radio, cogeneration captures “waste” heat energy from a prime mover and puts it to work for other purposes.
With cogeneration, you not only generate needed electricity on site, but you can use the recaptured energy to generate steam, hot water, or even cooling systems. You also help meet the needs of an economy that demands more and cleaner sources of electricity.
Let us show you how to meet your facility’s energy demands more economically while reducing your carbon footprint, increasing energy reliability, and extending the life of your current infrastructure.