Dalkia Aegis, in partnership with Eversource, installed micro-CHP systems, a smaller-scale version of Combined Heat and Power (CHP), at three Residential Equity properties in Cambridge: Church Corner Apartments, The Lofts at Kendall Square, and Third Square Apartments. These systems maximize energy use by using natural gas to both generate electricity and provide heat or hot water.
A.J. Ballard is an energy pioneer. As the Energy Manager for the Maine Army National Guard (MEARNG), he’s helped steer and advocate for the Army’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system installations for several years. In this case study, we look at how Dalkia Aegis designed a CHP system that delivered reliable backup power for the Northern Maine Readiness Center (NMRC).
To the delight of children and adults alike, Great Wolf Lodge opened the doors of its Fitchburg location in 2014.
The Omni Organization is a real estate development corporation that acquires, renovates, builds and manages affordable housing throughout the United States, using environmentally friendly solutions whenever possible.
Founded in 1786, the Town of North Haven, Conn., is anything but old-fashioned; quite the contrary, North Haven is progressive when it comes to sustainability, even being lauded by the Department of Environmental Protection for their Clean Energy Program.
Smithfield Gardens, a 56-unit affordable assisted-living facility in Seymour, CT, installed a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system in the boiler room during the construction phase of the building.
Stevenson Commons is located in The Bronx, NY, which consists of three 24-story buildings and six 6-story buildings, for a total of 948 residential units.
The Hamilton is a residential cooperative building located in Midtown Manhattan.
University Square is a HUD subsidized community of adults 62+, comprised of 442 apartments.
Saybrook Point Inn contracted Dalkia Aegis to engineer and install a highly efficient Aegen Thermopower 75kW LE to produce both heat and electricity from a single fuel source.
Metro New York’s Regeis Care Center, is primarily a long-term care facility, with 75% of its beds dedicated to long term-care and 25% designated for short-term.
With electric equipment, energy costs for our facility were $650,000 annually.