Cogeneration and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is now a significant contributor to the power generation landscape. This highly-efficient approach to generation has traditionally been used in the industrial sector, but is now also shown to be attractive for smaller applications such office buildings, industrial complexes, universities and hospitals. In addition to its inherent efficiency, CHP has become popular recently in large part due to recent storms, particularly on the east coast, as a more cost-effective way of providing independent power and resiliency, especially in support of microgrids.
Projects that our team members have executed range from small CHP Projects as small as 2 MW to very large cogeneration plants. Representative projects where some or all of the above-mentioned services were performed are noted below.