Combined Heat And Power (CHP)

What Is CHP?
CHP is also known as cogeneration is the concurrent production of electricity or mechanical power and useful thermal energy is a concept looking after energy efficiency, and producing cheaper power whilst less CO2 emission. CHP can increase the efficiency up to 85% if designed for the appropriate power profile of the venue. Having all said in place, it results in fast ROI (less than 3 years in most of the use cases.). Using combined heat and power sees heat and electrical power simultaneously from the same energy source, in individual homes or buildings. The required fuel for the engine can be anything from a fossil fuel (natural gas or fuel oil) to a renewable fuel (biomass or biogas).

How does CHP work?

The cogeneration plant is mainly used to generate electricity. The heat released from the fuel and engine are used in the form of steam or hot water. Steam may first power a steam turbine in order to further increase the amount of electricity produced by the system. All remaining thermal power is used for space heating, cooling, domestic hot water and industrial processes. This technology has been used in industrial settings for decades, but it is now increasingly being utilised on a smaller scale in homes as well. Brits Energy is offering CHP solutions in different sizes and various industries through the partnership with major vendors in the area

CHP Benefits

Low carbon emission :
By co-generating heat and electricity, CHP solutions can significantly reduce carbon emissions.

Low costs :

CHP can help businesses and households to cut their energy costs.

More efficient :

They also benefit from increased efficiency due to the fact that they generate electricity directly on site.