We provided electrical engineering design services for the installation of a 2 megawatt natural gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) generator to help the facility better manage its energy needs. This included a new utility and gas service and new RTUs. As a result, the plant’s electricity usage decreased by 80%, and its natural gas usage increased by 30%. Overall, the facility reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 15%, and saves an estimated $600,000 per year in energy costs.
Mountain Top, PA
Combined Heat and Power