Rising electricity prices and the ongoing transition away from fossil fuels make the decentralised generation of electricity increasingly important. Combined heat and power (CHP) solutions can play an important role in this. These cogeneration systems generate heat and electricity simultaneously, making them highly efficient and environmentally friendly. They can operate as a supplement to central power stations, and they are also available on a smaller scale to use in homes and other buildings.
A CHP unit generates electricity while at the same time capturing usable heat that is created during this process. Thanks to its high level of efficiency, a CHP generator can help users to reduce their energy bills and their carbon emissions. It can also increase fuel supply security.