WHAT WE DO
COMBINED HEAT & POWER (CHP)
CTE&T takes a holistic and comprehensive approach to on-site energy development and solutions to maximize energy savings for our clients and host-customers while maximizing efficiency and reducing emissions. In addition to on-site generation of electricity, CTE&T can design and develop combined heat and power (CHP) systems.
CHP systems take advantage of the efficient, clean and reliable technology that generates on-site electricity to meet the site's thermal (heating, hot water and cooling) loads. CHP systems recover usable heat from the electricity generating technology and use it to provide heat, hot water and cooling. By combining electricity and thermal into one system, energy costs as well as emissions are further and significantly reduced.
• University of Massachusetts (UMASS) Central Heating Plant (Construction by O&G Industries)
• University of Connecticut (UConn) Central Co-Gen/Chiller Facility (Construction by O&G Industries)