At Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group, we are recognized for our energy efficiency solutions, primarily combined heat and power (CHP). In fact, CHP has been acknowledged by the U.S. Department of Energy as a solution for a greener tomorrow. As we lead the charge on efficiency, it is also crucial that we use it in conjunction with renewable energy strategies like wind and solar power.
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How well do you understand Combined Heat and Power (CHP)? If you’re not sure, then it’s time to take you back to school for the CHP Basics. In this blog we’ll teach you the ABCs of CHP so you can learn how Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group can utilize this system to benefit your facility.
The weather climate in America is changing. As a result, severe weather events like intense rain and snowstorms, flooding, dangerous heat, drought, storms, hurricanes and tornadoes are becoming more frequent and extreme. Burning fossil fuels—such as coal, oil and gas—releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Once released it traps heat, causing the Earth’s temperature to rise, which then changes wind, moisture and heat circulation patterns and leads to extreme weather events.