Combined Heat & Power (CHP) systems rely upon the burning of either natural gas or a biogas. This drives an engine that in turn generates electricity to power your building. The system will then utilise the heat given off during the generation process to heat your building. This ensures that over 80% of the primary energy input into the system is used as either electrical or heat energy.
From heating a swimming pool in a private residency, to producing hot water in Student Accommodation buildings to large-scale industrial applications, Kimpton can advise on the best solution for incorporating CHP into your building.
As CHP systems are classed as a low carbon technologies and will help with your Carbon reduction strategy.
Our Combined Heat & Power (CHP) services at a glance: