and power CCHP
Trigeneration is where some of the heat that is produced by a CHP is used to generate chilled water for either air conditioning or refrigeration.
The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is linked to an absorption chiller.
By producing the electricity on site by using gas produces approximately 30% less greenhouse gases than using power from the national grid.
With unsurpassed experience across both cogeneration engines – combined heat and power (CHP) systems – and trigeneration engines – combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) – CooperOstlund makes energy easy.
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