Stephen Lafaille, P.E.
As time-of-use or “demand” charges continue to rise, facility managers are struggling with these rising costs. Often times efficiency measures may provide some relief to the energy side of the bill but may not always provide a reduction in the demand side of the transportation bill or your ICAP tag on your commodity bill. Often a large contributor to the demand side of your bill is air-conditioning. By leveraging a mechanical CHP solution such as natural gas engine-driven chillers, energy cost and demand savings can be realized. Free high-grade heat in the form of 200°F+ hot water is also available for process heat, reheat, DHW, etc. which can provide additional savings.
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