What is an LPG CHP?
LPG Combined Heat and Power (CHP) boilers allow rural locations of generating both heating and electricity from a single source ensuring a sustainable supply.
What do Combined Heat and Power systems do?
CHP systems provide both heat and electrical power. CHP systems efficiently use the ‘waste heat’ created in the generation of electricity and thermal energy that can be used for either heating or cooling. A CHP system can save you up to 80% as they require less fuel than separately generated sources. On average a CHP system is also a more environmentally friendly product, producing up to 17 tonnes less CO2 emissions each year.
How do they work?
There are a variety of CHP systems, with micro-CHP boilers most commonly used. These are ideal for smaller commercial ventures centred around heat production, as a small electrical output is emitted as a by-product, with the ratio generally around the 6:1 mark.
The more modern LPG CHP system is the Fuel Cell CHP technology which works by generating heat and electricity through a quiet, efficient electro-chemical reaction.
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For more information about how LPG CHP systems can benefit your business just call TED today and book your free feasibility study!
CHP is a viable choice for many companies and is an excellent option when looking for an affordable way to reduce your carbon footprint. Whether you’re in the process of building a new set of offices or warehouse, or if you are replacing ageing boiler plants, TED can help you.
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