A no-cost feasibility study will determine if a CHP system is right for you. A preliminary conversation about the facility and its operations, and a review of the utility bills will shed light onto whether a project is feasible. If the facility has robust electrical and heating/cooling needs then a site visit will reveal where and how a CHP system could integrate with the facility. The site visit will also help with preliminary costing of the project. Based on the cost estimate and savings analysis, CoEnergy will prepare a detailed payback analysis.
CoEnergy will manage the complete system design and engineering. We will site the CHP unit in an optimal location either inside or outside of the facility and efficiently configure the electrical and plumbing connections. Additionally, CoEnergy will interface with the local utility as required for interconnection approval, and provide utility rebate filing assistance.
Our systems can be designed to provide back-up power capability. This means that the system will remain operational during storm events and grid outages.
Scope of Services
Site Plan Preparation
Gas Connection Approval
Electrical Plan: Behind The Meter Connection & Switches
Utility Interconnection Application
All Permits Required By State & Local Authorities
Mechanical Plan: Domestic Hot Water & Heating Integration
Specs & Options
– Protective Relay Packages
– Backup Power Capability
– Containerized Packages
– Open Skid
Learn how cogeneration has worked at customer facilities.
OVERVIEW Having already experienced the benefits of two Co-Energy CHP units, in 2015 MCPHS continued searching for energy efficiency improvements in their academic and dormitory buildings. MCPHS chose to partner once again with Co-Energy America to develop a CHP...
OVERVIEW Covenant Health Systems has installed multiple Co-Energy CHP systems at their assisted living facilities. Sites range in size from 60kW, 85kW to 150kW units. In 2015, when Covenant was looking to expand their eco-friendly and energy saving efforts at St....
OVERVIEW The Pine Street shelter in Boston’s South End has significant hot water needs for the showers, dishwashing and laundry. After thoroughly assessing the loads of the building, Co-Energy America installed a turnkey Amerigen 85 kW CHP system. The Pine Street Inn...
OVERVIEW As DHAC’s business has grown over the years, the property has needed multiple renovations and expansions, and recently through a comprehensive energy efficiency project, the old boilers were replaced and a CHP system was installed. An Amerigen 8150 CHP was...
OVERVIEW In 2009 SEVT in collaboration with a national ESCO and Co-Energy America, developed a plan for energy savings. The school underwent an array of energy efficient modifications ranging from lighting retrofits and controls, water conservation, waste oil heaters...
OVERVIEW In addition to high utility bills, Bethany Health Care Center was regularly plagued with brown-outs (power shortages from the electricity grid). For a critical care facility, attempting to operate during such brownouts is very difficult and dangerous. As a...
OVERVIEW The Boston campus of MCPHS had been operating a boiler that was sized primarily for operating in winter months, but was vastly oversized for operations during summer months. In 2008 the college chose Co-Energy America to analyze and design a solution. Based...
OVERVIEW Covenant Health Systems was looking for ways to reduce energy costs and become more eco-friendly, so they contracted Co-Energy America to install a 150 kW CHP system at Youville and an 85 kW CHP at Mary Immaculate. The payback on these investments was two...
OVERVIEW Co-Energy America has worked with the Cape Codder on multiple occasions to develop clean energy solutions. The resort runs two Co-Energy CHP units 24/7 in order to alleviate their large consumption of hot water and electricity. According to the resort, the...