Cogeneration—combined heat and power—although proven to be remarkably cost-effective and efficient when properly applied, has yet to enjoy the kind of widespread understanding and acceptance it deserves in North America. Thanks to the recent emergence of compact, powerful, modularized combined heat and power (CHP) systems, along with substantial shifts in the external factors that influence energy choices, that may be about to change.
Director of Latin and North American Sales
mtu Onsite Energy
Article originally published in March/April 2013 issue of Powerline magazine