CPHP or also cogeneration means the combined generation of electricity and heat by a generator (cogeneration unit) driven mostly by a combustion engine for natural gas, in a less frequent cases by a gas or steam turbine.

The cogeneration unit’s main benefits are reducing primary energy sources consumption, increased energy supplies security, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and solid pollutants and, last but not least, utilising the generator’s waste heat. Another benefit is the possibility of regulating the reserve power by generating electricity from the KGJ.

We offer a cogeneration unit on a turn-key basis, i.e. from the study stage, through design and construction and the subsequent operation, including investment of the entire work and its repayment in the form of the produced unit of waste heat (GJ) and electric energy (kWh). Prior to KGJ installation, we consider it very important to process the customer’s premises energy concept (shopping centre, factory, hospital, etc.) and clearly define the possibilities of production of heat and electricity against the current state and accurate measurements and regulation of both input energy (gas, electricity) and energy produced (heat, cold, electricity, compressed air, etc.).

Designing activity and construction are subcontracted with our own construction supervision.