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Using CHP to Lower Costs Amid Low Occupancy at Senior Living Homes

Senior living homes saw a steady occupancy decline in 2020. To compensate, facilities have had to find ways to cut costs, without sacrificing the quality of life standards for their tenants. As census numbers continue to decline in 2021, facilities are being forced to tighten their purse strings even further—and we can help. Through this blog, we’ll explain how Combined Heat and Power (CHP) can provide cost-savings during periods of low occupancy at senior living homes.

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Make Energy Savings a Top Goal for 2021

Believe it or not, 2020 has come to an end, and it’s time to start working toward your New Year’s resolutions for 2021. If energy efficiency isn’t topping your business’ list already, it could be a smart and cost-effective option to consider. We’ll explain how you can make energy savings a top goal for 2021, and how we can help.

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Natural Disaster CHP: Disaster Response Power

The year 2020 saw its fair share of severe weather : 31 tropical or subtropical cyclones, 29 named storms and 12 hurricanes, to be exact. Closer to home, a damaging October storm ravaged Massachusetts, leaving a 320-mile-long damage path and more than 200,000 without power. We know a thing or two about weathering storms; as providers of natural disaster CHP technology, we help to keep the lights on even during a storm’s wake. Being as reliable as it is, some may refer to cogeneration as disaster response power. Here, we’ll look at some recent weather events and the industries that benefit from the resiliency of CHP technology.

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Why Natural Gas Is Good

Each month, we take care in selecting a timely news topic or relevant service offering to blog about. We especially enjoy when those two paths intersect, as is the case this month and in this blog topic: why natural gas is good.

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Natural Gas Is Vital in Cutting Facility Carbon Emissions

Facility managers face increasing pressure to cut their buildings’ energy use and carbon emissions. Innovative technologies supplying more sustainable sources of energy have led to a drop in the country’s energy consumption. Wind and solar grab much of the focus, deservedly. But natural gas is vital in the global push to lower CO2 emissions. That’s the conclusion the International Energy Agency (IEA) reached this past spring.

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