Cogeneration: European Power Systems

Posted October 22, 2012

For most companies electricity prices are higher than 10 ct/kWh and are expected continue to rise significantly over the next 4-5 years. At the same time, the price for natural gas is expected to stay low for some years to come. This is creating ideal conditions for natural gas fuelled on-site cogeneration and lower your electricity costs below 5 ct/kWh. If you spend more than $75,000 per year on gas and electricity, the time has come to start looking at the benefits of installing a state-of-the-art on-site cogeneration system.

This previously recorded webinar on cogeneration explores the following:

•Introduction to on-site cogeneration
•Technology options to be considered
•Possibility for cogeneration to also provide emergency standby power
•Financial performance of cogeneration under today’s market conditions
•Project examples from across Ontario
•Feasibility analysis and steps towards implementation of a cogeneration project