Jul. 27, 2015

Large energy users such as industrial facilities, hospitals, apartment complexes and universities seeking energy resiliency, stability in energy prices and the ability to operate independent of the grid are increasingly turning toward combined heat and power, or CHP, facilities to meet at least a portion of their energy needs. Smaller-scale, cost-efficient CHP generation, or micro-CHP, is also an effective source of primary and backup power for smaller-scale energy users.

Read more: The Many Benefits of Combined Heat and Power