Maryland sports club gets CHP system

A CM-60 combined heat and power (CHP) module from Tecogen has been sold to the Columbia Association (CA) in Columbia, Maryland in the US, as part of their plans for development of sports facilities.

The 60 kW unit will be installed at the Supreme Sports Club, the largest of three full-service fitness facilities operated by CA, providing electrical power, hot water and pool heating.

Tecogen is providing the CHP system in an outdoor enclosure to be located adjacent to the fitness facility.

‘CA is continuously looking for opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of its operations and reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions,’ said Jeremy Scharfenberg, Energy Manager for the Columbia Association.  

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