As the world’s developing and developed nations strive to lower their green house emissions, a recent report on the global Combined Heat and Power installation sector supports other reports many countries are striving to make significant changes across both their industrial and consumer markets by the increased adoption of CHP cogeneration systems.

Screen Shot 2015-09-29 at 12.24.35‘Combined Heat and Power Installation Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 – 2018’, produced by Transparency Market Research indicates that the sector will grow at a strong rate through 2018. The report asserts that the collective global capacity of CHP of more than 452.9 GW through various installations across the globe in 2011 has since shown a year-on-year increase of 15.3 per cent and that by 2018, CHP installations throughout the world will account for some 1,219.1 GW of power. As well as the obvious demand for greener power, CHP is gaining favour through the abundance of greener and cheaper natural gas.

Screen Shot 2015-09-29 at 12.25.45The benefits of CHP systems are numerous and for organisations that have high demand for hot water, significant savings in both emissions and financials can be made. shentongroup supplies and installs the Tedom range of combined heat and power systems. An impressively diverse range of systems to suit most sizes of organisation, Tedom CHP systems can accommodate seven fuel types, and are complemented by shentongroup’s 8 key services which that make us the UK’s leading technical experts in standby power, uninterruptible power and combined heat and power systems, all of which can be viewed here .