Combined heat and power (CHP) or cogeneration allows you to produce electrical and thermal energy onsite from a single fuel source.
CHP systems create electricity, and then use the heat created during that process as a source of thermal energy.
By converting a single fuel source into both electricity and thermal energy, businesses may be more efficient than conventional systems depending on the building’s existing systems.
For CHP inquiries:403-514-3358
Turnkey installation and maintenance
Our experienced team will help take care of all permits, design, engineering, procurement, construction, contracting, and safety requirements. A limited long-term service agreement for routine maintenance and emergency coverage is included so you can have confidence in your CHP system.
No capital investment
When you purchase a CHP solution through ENMAX Energy*, we can take care of the upfront cost of the equipment and you pay a monthly bill for a set term. At the end of your term, you have the option to extend your agreement or buy your equipment outright.
Full suite of products
To make it easy to setup CHP, ENMAX Energy can provide grid electricity and natural gas fixed-price agreements on a five year term to help you benefit from price certainty.^
Combined heat and power may be the ideal technology for facilities and businesses that require large amounts of electricity and thermal energy to operate.
Customers are free to purchase natural gas services or electricity services from a retailer of their choice. For a list of retailers, visit ucahelps.alberta.ca or call 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta).
*Combined Heat and Power is brought to you by ENMAX Generation Portfolio Inc. and ENMAX Energy Corporation.
^ Some conditions, admin, other fees and taxes beyond the energy rates also apply.
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