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More information about Cogeneration technology. 
Provide Typical Plant Usage and Costs Select Units    
Steam/Heat Usage:    lbm/hr Steam/Heat:    
Electricity Usage:    kW Gas Fuel Units:    
Electricity Price:    US $/kWhr Currency:    
Gas price (HHV) for CHP:    US $/MMBtu  
Check if fuel for boiler has different cost
CHP calculations assume a steam system. However, CHP can easily be applied to hot water, drying, and cooling systems.

Cogeneration Plant Benefits
Annual Savings:    US $
CHP Efficiency (LHV):  
Cost of Generation:    US $/kWhr
CO2 Reductions
CO2 Offset:    metric tons/yr
Cars Removed:  
CHP Plant sized to meet thermal needs and offset some electrical.

CHP Plant sized to meet electrical needs and offset most thermal.

1. Steam (or heat equivalent) assumed at 150 psig (10.3 barg), saturated conditions. However, the gas turbine based CHP can easily generate higher or lower pressure steam with or without superheat, hot water, drying, and/or cooling.
2. Actual plant savings can vary dramatically based on location and application factors. Contact Solar for details on your specific project. This estimate is for information only and does not constitute Solar's agreement to offer a firm proposal in the future.
3. Based on USA Electrical Grid Average and Existing Gas Boiler. Source: US EPA
4. Various regions offer subsidies to power price for CHP. These are specific to the region and not considered here.