Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
The economic and environmental benefits you can gain from your Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system will depend on how it is set up and maintained - as reflected in the relationship between the annual operating costs of the plant and capital outlay.
There are three different types of maintenance for CHP systems - the 'design and manage' approach, the 'turnkey' approach, and using a contract with an energy service company (ESCO).
With a design and manage approach:
If you use turnkey arrangements for your CHP system:
If you use an ESCO for the development of your CHP system:
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