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    CHP is most suitable for facilities with consistent power and thermal demands throughout the year, as it simultaneously generates electricity and thermal energy. Successful applications of CHP and areas with untapped potential include:

    • Commercial buildings—office buildings, hotels, nursing homes, retail
    • Residential—multifamily buildings, co-ops, planned communities
    • Institutions—colleges and universities, hospitals, prisons, military bases
    • Municipal—district energy systems, wastewater treatment facilities, K–12 schools
    • Industrial—chemicals, agriculture, ethanol, pulp and paper, food processing

    Featuring CHP systems spanning from 60 to 2.5 MW, 2G addresses a range of application scenarios, charting the path toward a sustainable global energy supply. As the technological leader in our sector, we always have the solution that fits your demands. Our dependable, powerful, and visionary combined heat and power systems are being used worldwide – and our internal R&D team continuously works on improving them.

    Determining if CHP is the Energy Solution You've Been Looking For

    To determine if CHP suits your facility, consider your operational hours, thermal energy needs, and electricity and gas utility rates. Answering a few simple questions can help assess whether your facility is well-suited for a customized CHP solution.

    Answering "yes" to any of the following questions indicates that the facility may be a good candidate for CHP:

    • Are you concerned about the reliability of your facility's electricity supply?
    • Would there be substantial business, safety, or health impacts if the electricity supply were interrupted?
    • Are you interested in reducing your facility's impact on the environment?
    • Are you concerned about the impact of current or future energy costs on your business?
    • Do you have thermal loads throughout the year (such as steam, hot water, chilled water, or hot air)?
    • Does your facility operate for more than 5,000 hours per year?
    • Do you expect to replace, upgrade, or retrofit central plant equipment (such as generators, boilers, and chillers) within the next 3 to 5 years?
    • Do you anticipate a facility expansion or new construction project within the next 3 to 5 years?

    If you answered "yes" to the above or just want to see your options, follow the clickable links below to the CHP Screening Tool offered by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The DOE's CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships (TAPs) can also provide technical assistance and guidance through the project development process.

    US EPA - CHP Screening Tool

    DOE's CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships (TAPs)


    Ready to take the next steps in your CHP journey? Contact us today!