April Webinar: Efficiently Cooling Buildings with Combined Heat & Power
Date(s) - 04/21/2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Commercial office buildings are continually looking for ways to reduce operating costs through improved efficiencies, enhance tenant comfort and most importantly keep the lights on during and after major natural disaster events. These buildings can address these issues through the application of combined heat and power (CHP). Traditionally, CHP has been seen largely as an industrial and manufacturing application. However, now with improvements in the technology efficiency at smaller sizes and the growing diversity of applications for the waste heat, CHP is finding its way into the less traditional applications, such as office buildings.
A fast growing opportunity to CHP applications is the use of absorption chillers. These chillers are quickly becoming a cost-effective and efficient solution for cooling all sizes and types of commercial buildings.
We invite you to join the Southcentral Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Technical Assistance Partnership as we present webinar on the growing opportunities for CHP in commercial buildings. We will be joined by Abhijit Moholkar, International Sales Manager, from Thermax. Abhijit will discuss a variety of CHP applications using absorption chillers and present some cases of successful installations.
What is CHP? CHP systems, also known as cogeneration, are a highly efficient form of distributed generation, typically designed to serve a single large building, campus or group of facilities, including microgrids. During normal operation, CHP operates at high fuel efficiencies by simultaneously generating electricity and recovering heat to provide steam, hot water or chilled water.
LEARN FROM AN EXPERT
- Different CHP and absorption chiller technologies
- Federally-funded Technical Assistance
- Free CHP screening of your facility
- Free 3rd party reviews of vendor proposals
- Hear case studies of operating CHP at commercial buildings
- Current/future rebates, incentives, and tax advantages available
Dr. Gavin Dillingham – Director, Southcentral CHP TAP
Abhijit Moholkar – International Sales Manager, Thermax