Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group, LLC featured in New England Real Estate Journal
Regional trade publication spotlights Dalkia Aegis’ True Vertical Integration model
Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group, LLC, a green energy innovator specializing in Combined Heat and Power systems, was featured in the June 13 edition of New England Real Estate Journal.
The New England Real Estate Journal, founded in 1963, is a subscriber-based business publication that is delivered to decision makers in the commercial real estate industry.
The special Spotlight issue focused on the Northeast Building and Facilities Management Show and Conference held on June 18 and June 19 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
The feature article outlined Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group’s innovative True Vertical Integration (TVI) platform that helps make Dalkia Aegis a leader in the CHP field.
TVI stands for True Vertical Integration and represents Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group’ commitment to a CHP partnership that extends from consultation and concept, to construction, completion, and beyond.
TVI gives Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group complete control over the logistics and strategic planning of the entire CHP process.
This level of control allows the company to seamlessly and effectively allocate resources throughout the engineering, manufacturing, installation, and servicing of a CHP system. This high level of efficiency leads to lower costs for the company which can then be passed on to the client.
The NEBFM conference featured over 300 exhibitors displaying products and services necessary for the operation, management, maintenance and renovation of buildings and facilities in the greater New England region.
Over 21,000 copies of the magazine were distributed at the event.
Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group is a recognized leader in the cogeneration field having earned numerous awards for growth and recognition from both state and federal agencies for installations that have resulted in reduced emissions and energy savings.
Dalkia Aegis’s Combined Heat and Power systems deliver two forms of energy, heat and electricity, from a single fuel source (natural gas). The high-efficiency CHP systems significantly reduce energy costs and harmful emissions, as recognized by the EPA.
The modular systems are customized for a variety of facilities, from healthcare and assisted living facilities, to recreational and multi-residential complexes, and hotels. There are also institutional, educational, and industrial facility applications.