Certified Building Systems is proud to be a part of the installation and commissioning of Ontario’s largest Combined Heat & Power (CHP) plant in a multi-residential building. Consisting of eight CHP units across two buildings in Kitchener, this turnkey operation included both the implementation and commissioning of the system. Installed over the course of 6 months, Certified Building Systems is proud to add this project to our extensive and rapidly growing portfolio.
Today, the buildings are far more robust. Providing significant costs savings and generating sustainable and environmentally friendly buildings. One of the major benefits of CHP is that it recovers wasted energy and transfers it into the building’s heating system. This not only minimizes emissions released into the environment, however it also provides means of implementing energy conserving measures such as demand reduction. Simplified, demand reduction becomes a means of lowering buildings average consumption to avoid peak pricing.
• CHP plants can act as a back-up generator to help avoid unexpected blackouts
• CHP plants can help take the load off the existing mechanical system, helping to minimize failures caused by overworked equipment
• CHP plants double up as a supplementary boiler, ensuring that the building always has a surplus of hot water.
Energy is often the largest, most unpredictable cost in every condo. Certified Building Systems is committed to helping you control energy costs. By installing a CHP plant, your building can pay a fixed rate for heat and power, freezing your savings for 5 years. If your building needs to upgrade a boiler, generator, or both, CHP could turn your costly retrofit into a machine that generates long term cost reductions.
Certified Building Systems is currently involved in over 15 Cogeneration projects. For more information or to schedule a free Cogeneration assessment please contact – email@example.com