CHP units for Philadelphia high-rise

Three CM-75 combined heat and power (CHP) modules from Tecogen are destined for a luxury multi-unit residential high rise near Rittenhouse Square Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Powering the 26-floor tower's residences, fitness centre, and commercial spaces, the microgrid will generate electricity and hot water for the building at less than half the cost and carbon output of traditional technologies, the company says.
Tecogen CM75 CHP module  

The system is fitted with an emissions control system and in addition to the equipment and installation accessories, the customer selected a full long term maintenance service agreement.

‘Although Philadelphia does have some incentives for CHP, sales into this market really have to stand on their own merits,’ said Robert Panora, Tecogen President and Chief Operating Officer.

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