Bunker Hill College reduces costs and emissions

Bunker Hill, the largest community college in Massachusetts, US expects to see a real difference to its bottom line and emission rate following the installation of a cogeneration system.

Working with PPL Savage Alert, a division of PPL Energy Services, Aegis Energy Services, Inc, has launched a cogeneration system at the college.

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The installation calls for a 75kW CHP module, which will produce both electricity and hot water for domestic hot water and space heating.

The system will provide heat loads for several buildings on campus. The high-efficiency CHP systems significantly reduce energy costs and harmful emissions, as recognized by the EPA.

Based on a fuel savings analysis done by PPL Savage Alert, the installation of the Aegis Energy Services, Inc Combined Heat and Power system will provide a projected annual savings of $46,000 for the college.

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