Combined Heat and Power Units

The cogeneration of heat and electricity with a combined heat and power unit (CHP) is much more efficient and environmentally friendly than the conventional separate production of heat and electricity.
CHPs use the thermal energy that is produced during the generation of electricity for heating, or feed it into a local or district heating network. The simultaneous use of electrical and thermal energy using the CHP principle is an excellent way for all companies that require a lot of electricity and heat or cooling throughout the year to reduce costs.