Chris Marsland

Chris has worked in the CHP industry since 1998, before that he spent 12 years heading up the Product Development Team in an industrial process control company. He is a Chartered Engineer and a member of The IET. His role at ENER-G covers CHP New Product Design, Development and Production as well as supervising ENER-G’s R&D team.

Recent Posts

The Key Design Considerations You Need to Make When Specifying Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

Posted by Chris Marsland on 04-Apr-2017 11:00:00

Making the right decision in the specification of a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system will determine success. Here are the points you'll need consider at design stage.

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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

The BREEAM Benchmark: Get An Outstanding Rating For Your Development

Posted by Chris Marsland on 07-Jun-2016 10:42:40

BREEAM is the world's foremost environmental assessment method and rating system for master-planning projects, infrastructure, and buildings. This is how you can get an ‘outstanding’ rating for your project…

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Topics: Policy & Legislation, Building Design

Where does your hotel or leisure centre burn the most heat?

Posted by Chris Marsland on 02-Jun-2016 12:45:46

Why you should be considering alternative, low-carbon technology to heat your hotels and leisure centres

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Topics: Energy Management, Hospitality and Leisure

Energy Blackouts: How to Make Your Building More Resilient to Power Outages

Posted by Chris Marsland on 20-May-2014 05:00:00

Concerns over power outages and energy prices mean energy security has become a worry for many businesses. Here are a few ways to protect your business.

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Topics: Power Outage, Energy Management