American DG Energy Inc (ADGE) has purchased 13 Tecogen combined heat and power (CHP) units for use in projects that ADGE announced earlier this month, said Tecogen.
Eight CM-75 (75 kW) and five InVerde (100 kW) units make up ADGE’s order.
Six CM-75 units will form a cogeneration plant at Tracy Towers residential apartment complex in New York. One CM-75 unit will provide electricity, domestic hot water, space heating and pool heating to the Greenwich YMCA in Connecticut. Another CM-75 unit will be at the West Village Apartments in Connecticut.
The five InVerde units will be installed in the UK by EuroSite Power, a European subsidiary of American DG Energy (ADGE:NYSE Amex).
‘Tecogen was the natural choice for our clients,’ said Barry Sanders, president and chief operating officer of American DG Energy. ‘Tecogen is the pre-eminent bridge to a sustainable energy future, whose products are proven, cost-effective and environmentally responsible.’
Tecogen manufactures CHP products including natural gas engine-driven cogeneration, air conditioning systems, and high-efficiency water heaters for industrial and commercial use. Tecogen has an installed base of more than 2100 units, supported by a network of engineering, sales and service personnel across the US.
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