What You Need to Know When Calculating Load Profiles for an Optimal Combined Heat and Power (CHP) System

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 21-Feb-2017 11:00:00

In order to generate a load profile for an optimal CHP system, you need to know what the existing heat and power consumption against time of the building is and how you can measure it.

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Topics: CHP / Cogeneration

How building consultants can complete an end-to-end Combined Heat and Power (CHP) economic feasibility study

Posted by John Hyde on 07-Feb-2017 11:00:00

Completion of an end-to-end CHP economic feasibility study requires gathering a number of important chunks of information. This is how you do it.

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Topics: CHP / Cogeneration

CHP FAQ: Feasibility and load profiling

Posted by Chris Marsland on 31-Jan-2017 12:05:44

We ask ENER-G experts the questions you want answered. This month, we're talking feasibility and load profiling.

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Topics: CHP / Cogeneration

How energy load profiling can be used to correctly manage Combined Heat and Power (CHP) projects

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 24-Jan-2017 14:13:05

Energy load profiling is an essential part of any CHP project, from the initial feasibility study to system installation.

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ENER-G’s best of 2016 guides

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 13-Dec-2016 14:00:00

The most read guides of 2016 to help you get the most out of Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

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