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A full-service solutions provider delivering surplus new and used power generation equipment.
A full-service solutions provider delivering surplus new and used power generation equipment.

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As concerns for grid reliability increase along with demand for electricity, governments, utilities, and end users are looking to CHP systems as a flexible solution with a wide range of benefits. Navigant Research predicts commercial CHP. Installed capacity to grow from 32.7 GW in 2015 to 74.4 GW by 2024.

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The U.S. scored a 3 out of 5 on the International Energy Agency scorecard for combined heat and power (CHP).  The agency acknowledges the U.S. recognizes the benefits of efficient CHP but lacks a strong and integrated CHP strategy. The International Energy Agency highlights 4 areas in which the U.S. could adjust policies that would encourage and foster the CHP market.

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New York energy solutions company, ConEdison, published a white Paper showing the benefits of Combined Heat and Power (CHP).  This white paper uses a hypothetical 1.2 million square foot Class A office building in New York City as an example.  The property owner would have an upfront cost of $3 million to install the CHP system and backup generators.  Based on yearly energy cost savings and local rebates offered through energy savings programs, ConEdison predicts a Return On Investment(ROI) of 4.1 years.  A ROI this quick in the world of energy investment is very attractive.  After the initial 4 years, all energy cost savings will go to lowering the property’s bottom line operating cost.

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The University of Minnesota looks to 2016 for the completion of a CHP plant that will allow the university to reduce its carbon footprint by almost 50% by maximizing each BTU before it is lost. The CHP plant will use waste heat to produce enough steam to heat the entire campus.  University officials see this  $96 million investment as the way to create an island of energy independence from the regional grid, resulting in cost savings, energy efficiency, and a reduction is environmental impact.

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Union College located just west of Albany, NY will celebrate their 220th year with the construction of a new natural gas fueled cogeneration plant. The new plant will produce approximately 1.8 megawatts of electricity which will power most of the college’s 130-acre campus. Not only will the new plant increase the heating and power efficiency, but also reduce Union College’s carbon footprint by as much as 42%.  Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2015 and be completed in 2016.

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TechNavio - a global tech research firm - announced the publication of a market research report on the Diesel Gensets Market in the US 2014-2018.  This report includes key areas such as market segmentation and size, growth drivers, compliance with government regulation, and market trends.

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As severe weather approaches, Tulsa fire station gets a new backup generator to save time, money and potentially lives.  Fire station #5 will now be operating at full capacity during a severe weather power outages as the backup generator will keep the heat on, doors opening and equipment functioning.

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Arizona desert casino selects a 2 standby generator system to protect safety equipment, gaming, and security systems in a power outage.  The remote location, high winds, and frequent thunderstorms has proven the installation of this standby system invaluable as the resort has experienced several utility outages since it’s opening in May of 2013.

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This years Super Bowl in New York City will use biodiesel generators to power events surrounding and leading up to Sunday's game. Biodiesel burns cleaner than petroleum based diesel fuel.

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Hospital in England will use on-site combined heat and power generation to save money. Costs of distributed power systems can often be less than utility power.
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