Combined Heat and Power installations (CHP installations) produce decentralized electric power and heat based on natural or biogas at the location where the energy demand occurs. Depending amongst others on the location where energy is generated and the resupply conditions, considerable savings on energy costs can be made when compared to conventional energy supplies.
A CHP provides energy based on biofuels. By generating more energy than required for your own use, energy can be fed back into the grid and supplied to third parties as green energy. With good resupply conditions, CHP installations can be an excellent source of income derived from the energy fed back into the grid.
A good analysis of your energy requirements forms the basis for the acquisition of a CHP installation. In combination with continuous energy monitoring, AEM supplies this form of energy management as a service when installing CHPs. Our own service team maintains all CHPs installed under service contracts in these cases, and any required spare parts are frequently available ex stock.