Short film depicts the features and benefits of Combined Heat and Power units developed by Aegis Energy, EDF Group
Aegis Energy, EDF Group, LLC has released a new marketing movie that showcases the features and benefits of Aegis-designed Combined Heat and Power systems for hotels, multi-unit residential, healthcare, recreational and educational facilities.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, is an efficient, clean, and reliable technology which simultaneously generates electricity and thermal energy from a single fuel source. By installing a CHP system designed to meet the thermal and electrical base loads of a facility, CHP can greatly increase the facility’s operational efficiency and decrease energy costs.
Developed by AngelVision Technologies, the three minute “impact movie” outlines the advantages of an Aegis-installed Combined Heat and Power system specifically focusing on the benefits of lower energy costs, reduction in a building’s carbon footprint, and reduced dependence on the grid.
The video succinctly recalls the history of cogeneration, going back to 1882 when Thomas Edison used the technology as the core of the world’s first commercial power plant. Aegis has updated that same technology and made it modular, compact, and affordable.
Aegis views the impact movie as a valuable educational tool, accessible online and sharable through an embedded link. The movie debuted in March at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association trade show in Boston and earned praise from the Aegis business development team as a non-invasive, informative piece that was able to both attract and educate potential end users and energy professionals.
Aegis Energy, EDF Group, LLC is a green energy innovator specializing in Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems. With over 500 units installed, Aegis Energy, EDF Group is the Northeast’s leading full service Combined Heat and Power provider, utilizing modular systems to reduce both costs and emissions for hotels, multi-unit residential, healthcare, recreational and educational facilities.
To view the video, click here.