Tecogen cogen system for NY residential building

A newly constructed 10-story building with 107 residential units in New York City's Hudson Yards will see a Tecogen CM-75 cogeneration unit installed in the luxury condominium. 

The system will generate common area electricity, heating and domestic hot water and is expected to provide approximately $70,000 annually in energy costs.

‘The new Hudson Yards residence will benefit from cogeneration's cost savings and environmental impact. The incorporation of cogeneration into building specifications is now a Standard of Practice for new construction.’ said Robert Panora, President and COO of Tecogen

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