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Combined Heat & Power explained
Generate your own heat and power
Combined heat and power (CHP) units generate heat and electricity simultaneously. Different units use different fuels, depending on their size and where they are used. We specialise in wood gasification and ORC units that use low-cost waste wood.
Who can benefit from Combined Heat & Power?
You will benefit from CHP if you have high energy use.
For example, if you have a continuous demand for heating, drying or cooling you could see significant benefits.
Plan for a secure future
Energy prices fluctuate, which makes it hard to have a long-term financial plan.
With CHP you’re using a low-cost fuel to generate your own energy and create a long-term income.
We can also help you to make the most of technology you already have by converting your waste heat in to power with ORC.
Exporting electricity to the grid
CHP (combined heat and power) units generate heat and electricity simultanously. Different units use different fuels, depending on their size and where they are used. This requires permission from the District Network Operator, which is not always easy to get.
We can help.
Call us on 01600 463 008 to find out more.
Return on investment
enjoy an income for 20 years
CHP is eligible for several incentives, so every kW of energy you generate will earn you money.
You can recoup your costs in 4-6 years and benefit from an income per unit of up to £100,000 every year for 20 years.