Honey, I shrunk the CHP

Posted on Aug 8 2014 - 1:15pm by Sustainable News

ENER-G has shrunk its 50kW combined heat and power (CHP) unit by 30%. Designed for use in cities, where space and noise are

ENER-G has shrunk its 50kW combined heat and power (CHP) unit by 30%

ENER-G has shrunk its 50kW combined heat and power (CHP) unit by 30%

limiting factors, the E50 gas-fired CHP packs the same power, 90% efficiency, reliability and quiet operation as its predecessor, but takes up less space.

It also requires less power and fewer resources to manufacture and transport. Typical applications are in small hotels, mixed use developments and small district heating schemes.

Under ENER-G’s Discount Energy Purchase scheme, the customer doesn’t pay any purchase, installation or operational cost. Instead, payment is recovered through the purchase of generated heat and electricity at a guaranteed rate.

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