Scalable Solutions for Specialized Markets
Are soaring utility costs impacting your business? From breweries to museums, specialized industries of all kinds face their own unique, and costly, energy challenges.
Scalable on-site cogeneration systems can reduce energy costs by up to 50% in museums, industrial and agricultural manufacturing plants, craft breweries and many other specialized facilities. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems can be integrated into a wide variety of industries to create useable waste heat to supply large thermal demands and electricity from one source in an environmentally sustainable way.
CHP systems control the temperature and humidity to strict levels to protect important historic artifacts and documents. Waste heat from the cogeneration plant is used to supply comfort heating and drive cooling units, heat-wheels or other desiccant systems, which reduce ambient humidity.
Industrial and Agricultural Manufacturing
CHP units are ideal for industrial and commercial manufacturing facilities with 24/7 operations, steady thermal and electric requirements and central heating plants. This includes agricultural manufacturing, electronics manufacturing, metal finishing, plastics, bottling, industrial office parks, warehouses and food processing facilities.
With the large demand for heating and chilling in brewing processes, CHP systems are ideal for craft breweries. These cogeneration units can reduce electricity and heating costs, and eliminate utility power outages that could damage product inventory and equipment.
How Dalkia Aegis Can Help
Dalkia Aegis has successfully designed and installed CHP systems in a wide range of specialized industries throughout the U.S., delivering reliable energy with independence from the grid.
Dalkia Aegis CHP systems provide operational efficiency of 85%, using nearly all natural gas input to produce heat and electricity, versus the low efficiency of conventional central power plants, which are only 30% efficient on average.
Dalkia Aegis will provide an in-depth energy analysis and comprehensive plan for the CHP system’s integration with your existing building infrastructure.