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Simultaneously produce the heat and electricity needed to fuel your organisation with a combined heat and power unit that could save you money.
Using a process known as cogeneration, commercial CHP boilers connect to existing heating systems to provide hot water, or steam, and power a self-sufficient generator via a heat exchange system.
Where cooling is required, we can utilise tri-generation technology via an absorption chiller to meet your cooling demand. This is perfect in food production where there is consistent demand for electricity, heating and cooling.
CHP units are designed to feed self-produced electrical power into a main low-voltage distribution system so it can be stored, used elsewhere on site or sold back to the national grid.
Perfect for businesses with a consistent energy demand, commercial CHP units are used in thousands of buildings across the UK – including offices, hotels, gyms, nursing homes, schools, factories and manufacturing plants.
Work in partnership with us and we’ll take care of every aspect – from consultancy to design, planning, funding and installation.
Commercial CHP systems could reduce your energy bills and safeguard against future electricity price rises.
On average, businesses save 35% on their energy bills by utilising CHP.
Switching to gas from oil offers significant environmental benefits. Opting for a green gas tariff where biogas or landfill gas is unavailable is also a great way to offset your carbon emissions.
Suitable for use with natural gas, biogas, sewer and landfill gas.
Up to 100% of investment capital available for Enhanced Capital Allowance write-off.
Appropriately sized CHP installations can typically deliver a return on investment in 3 to 5 years.
CHP has many applications including electricity generation only, tri-generation, and quad-generation where the CO2 produced is also utilised.
At CambridgeHOK, we understand that no two businesses are the same so we will undertake a site survey and analyse your existing consumption, alongside any future proofing plans creating an energy model.
Using this information, we can build a proposal and business case – or be honest if it is not a good fit and suggest an alternate solution to your energy needs.
If the CHP is utilising biogas then the install is viable for the RHI. Where it is using natural gas there is no government incentives, however, it can still be viable for a fully-funded solution via one of our trusted finance providers.
The space required depends on the size of the installation and the full requirements for buffer storage. We can offer a self-contained solution which can sit outside your premises where there is unavailable space within existing plant rooms.
Our fully-funded solutions mean you don’t have to invest capital into a building you don’t own, and a containerised option can mean very little modification works to the fabric of the building. You simply benefit from the reduced heat and electricity costs.
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