Shenton Group has helped countless organisations to reduce their carbon emissions, become more energy-efficient and reduce their energy costs by utilising CHP. Cogeneration can reduce carbon emissions by as much as 30% compared to conventional generation via a boiler and electricity purchased directly from the National Grid.
Data centres use vast amounts of electricity to keep up with the computing power required for even a single data floor, before the infrastructure of the cooling system is even considered, which is why CHP is an attractive option.
Cogeneration can reduce carbon emissions as much as 30% in comparison to conventional generation. It is possible to achieve combined electrical, thermal energy efficiency in excess of 95%. Cogeneration will provide clients a fast return on capital investment.
World Cogeneration Day, 4th of September 2020 celebrates the efforts of those in the Combined Heat and Power sector helping to deliver these outstanding solutions.
Across the UK there are many establishments that turn to CHP as a cost-cutting exercise, including Imperial College London, who have two combined heat and power engines on site. Micro-CHP offers significant cost reductions and decarbonisation benefits.
Transporting products and materials to customers requires the prioritisation of deliveries and allocation of time slots to ensure the most efficient delivery / offloading process. Sounds simple! But the detail and procedures behind the scenes are sometimes more complicated than thought.
Do you have a CHP (Combined Heat and Power) requirement? Save time and hassle by downloading Quality assured CHP files from Shenton Group and ensure you avoid project delays.
A CHPQA (Combined Heat & Power Quality Assurance) quality mark will assist your organisation in getting the most out of your system financially, as a ‘Good Quality CHP’ qualifies your company for a range of incentives.
Biogas generators can help businesses and organisations reduce their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint.
Energy is expensive. So why do we waste so much of it? Nearly two-thirds of the energy produced when we generate electricity by conventional means is lost through inefficiencies.