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CHP Energy Analysis Tool
 
It's easier to save energy when you can see how you are using energy. This Energy Analysis Software allows you to analyze your actual energy consumption data, Spot opportunities, and explore generating some or all your electricity on-site, using Combined Heat and Power (CHP).
 
Analyze Your Energy Data
Get informed, know what you are paying for electricity and heating fuel. Enter your energy data directly from your electricity and fuel bill. The system will automatically analyze your energy use data. You see your real costs, spot abnormalities, view trends, and generate energy reports.
 
Spot Opportunities
Electricity charges are made up of charges which are based on the amount of electricity (kWh) used, and demand charges, which are determined on the maximum mount of power (kW) you demand during a period of time. These charges are often broken up into many portions and time segments: day/night rates, summer/winter rates. For example, during the summer months, when air-conditioning use is greatest, many companies experience very high demand charges.
 
High demand charges can present (peak-shaving) opportunities for using alternate technologies for your electricity and cooling needs. These technologies could include using an engine-drive chiller or an absorption chiller, instead of an electric chiller. It can also include generating some of your electricity on-site. These approaches allow you to significantly reduce high demand charges.
 
Investigate Combined Heat and Power
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a cost effective, efficient, clean, and reliable way to generate some, or all, of your electricity needs on-site. Waste heat, rejected during electricity production, is recovered and used for steam, hot water, or to power a heat-driven air-conditioner. You can also study the effect of combined heat and power (CHP) solutions using your actual energy data.  
 
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