With potential payback in 1-3 years, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) could offer your organisation energy cost savings of up to 40%. And now, with blended hydrogen available, on-site generation is a future-proof choice.
As one of the UK’s leading CHP suppliers and operators, we have over 35 years of expertise in delivering and maintaining energy efficient CHP units.
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Watch our video to see how CHP units can produce electricity and heat for your business at the same time
Understand how you can drive energy efficiency and benefit from reduced costs and carbon emissions.
CHP plants are suited for organisations at a single or multiple sites that require a constant, resilient and reliable source of electricity and heat.
We help the NHS, hospitals and healthcare providers to integrate CHP, improving efficiency and resilience.
We help food and drink manufacturers to implement CHP for lower costs and greater efficiency.
We help industrial manufacturers to reduce costs, decarbonise and improve efficiency with CHP.
We help sports and leisure organisations to stay resilient and reduce costs by integrating CHP.
We help hotels and hospitality organisations to utilise CHP to meet their energy demands.
We help tourist attractions to fulfil their energy requirements and improve efficiency with CHP.
Our long-term partnership with Combined Heat and Power (CHP) providers mtu and MAN Energy Solutions is innovating to ensure our CHP units can meet the technical and commercial challenges of reaching net zero.
We offer a 25% blended-hydrogen solution in partnership with mtu. And excitingly, we're already trialling 100% hydrogen-fuelled CHP, which we anticipate will be available by 2025.
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CHP systems convert a single fuel into both electricity and heat in a single process at the point of use.
Providing almost continuous operation, a CHP engine requires only a single fuel to function, simplifying your infrastructure requirements.
The engine (coupled to an alternator) generates power, which is then converted into usable electricity to meet on-site energy demands.
Simultaneously, heat is recovered from the engine exhaust, jacket and water/oil cooling circuit. The heat is then made available for redistribution on-site.
Find technical details about Combined Heat and Power, as well as support for planning considerations, on our resources page.
Download our brochure to learn how CHP can help you be more financially sustainable and drive efficiency.
Download our rapid deployment guide to learn more about designing and deploying CHP.
We're with you every step of the way to ensure you get the most from CHP, from initial consultation to operating and maintaining your CHP plant.
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What is a CHP? What is a CHP system?
CHP, or Combined Heat and Power, is a solution which produces heat and power (electricity) onsite from a single fuel. This is also known as cogeneration, and can be part-powered by hydrogen as a net zero solution. Some CHP units also generate chilled water, known as trigeneration.
What is the role of Combined Heat and Power?
CHP can reduce energy spend and reliance on the grid through onsite generation.
Does CHP need gas?
Some CHP units use natural gas, but many use other fuels. The Digest of UK Energy Statistics states that renewable fuels power around 15% of CHP capacity in the UK, and some are powered with green gas certifications.
CHP is also already available with 20% blended hydrogen - and further tests are ongoing. This ranges from a 20-40% blend to 100% hydrogen engines, future-proofing CHP.
How does CHP use waste energy?
CHP captures heat produced in electricity production, such as from water cooling circuits. This can then be redistributed onsite, providing simultaneous heat and power production.
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