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.
Combined Heat and Power
Preliminary engineering design and PPL utility interconnect applications were provided for two (2) 5.7MW solar turbines at 12470V repowering of the industrial manufacturing site. Two (2) additional heat recovery steam generators were installed to produce steam from the turbines’ heat and send the steam to existing boilers at the facility. We also completed the interconnection application and relaying approval.