Combined heat and power (CHP) boilers produce both heat and electricity in one single process. This process is sometimes referred to as cogeneration has mainly been confined to industry and large dwellings such as hospitals and sports centres.
As the price of fuel has increased over the last few years, it now makes economic sense to bring CHP technology into the domestic setting. Not only will a CHP boiler provide your home with hot water, it will also provide electricity.
The CHP boiler can use a variety of fuel options including the gas that is supplied by your current provider, but also hydrogen, LPG & biofuels.
CHP systems are able to increase the total energy utilization of primary energy sources, such as fuel and concentrated solar thermal energy. Thus CHP has been steadily gaining popularity in all sectors of the energy economy, due to the increased costs of electricity and fuel, particularly fossil fuels, and due to environmental concerns, particularly climate change.
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