Recreational Facilities

Keep Your Costs Above Water

The impact of the economic recession is still looming on health and sports centers, especially those with large pools. Rising energy costs, due to large thermal demand usually required for pool heating, ambient air dehumidification, and domestic hot water, have put pressures on the long-term financial health of recreational facilities across the country.

Dive Deeper Into Savings

Scalable on-site cogeneration systems can reduce energy costs by up to 50% in recreational facilities. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems create heat and electricity from one source in an environmentally sustainable way. Waste heat from the CHP system is used to heat both pool water and drive absorption cooling units, heat-wheels or other desiccant systems that reduce ambient humidity.

How Aegis Can Help

Aegis CHP systems deliver reliable energy with independence from the grid, especially for recreational facilities that need to heat pools and cool large spaces in temperature controlled environments.

Aegis has successfully designed and installed Combined Heat and Power systems in numerous recreational facilities, including municipal indoor pools, college and high school pools, ice rinks, athletic clubs and water parks.

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.

Aegis will provide an in-depth energy analysis and comprehensive plan for the CHP system’s integration with your existing building infrastructure.


Modular and scalable, Aegis CHP systems can reduce energy costs and emissions for a wide range of facilities.

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