Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

We have provided feasibility analysis and design for combined heat and power (CHP) and on-site power generation for over 15 years, and are now providing complete CHP evaluation, design and installation. Our expertise with numerous complex industrial process operations provides unique perspective with respect to integrating CHP into an existing facility; effective Integration is critical for trouble free and economically viable CHP operation.

For first cost and maintenance cost control, Kinergetics modifies certain existing “prime power” generators so that they are suitable for CHP applications. Power generation efficiency is generally between 30 and 35 percent with overall efficiency greater than 90 percent, pending circumstances. Overall efficiency is impacted by the level of heat recovery and integration.

High efficiency process cooling system with backup power and possible CHP (Monterrey, MX). The system uses high efficiency electric chillers and power generation to allow the option of gas derived power on site or utility power, with the option of CHP in the future. Other applications under consideration in California, New Jersey and Canada.