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Planning and design essentials to maximise Combined Heat and Power performance

Maximising efficiency and cost savings from onsite Combined Heat and Power (CHP) requires careful planning, design and installation.

Co-generating heat and power onsite can deliver cost savings of up to 40%, but making the right technical decisions is key to performance success.

Our guide covers all the essentials of developing a winning CHP project - from feasibility assessment and specification – to compliance with building and emissions standards - through to installation, commissioning and operation.

Read our technical guide to find out more about:

  • CHP feasibility planning, including energy data collection & on-site reviews
  • Choosing and sizing the right cogeneration system for your needs
  • 'Plug and Play' rapid deployment standard system options
  • Bespoke CHP design considerations
  • Planning checklist to ensure your cogeneration system performs optimally
  • Low NOx/low noise design essentials
  • Connecting your project to the mains (G99/G100 protection)
  • Technical data know-how and resources
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM) and 3D laser scanning in CHP system design
  • Quality standards compliance


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