Business energy users are increasingly turning to Combined Heat and Power (CHP) as a measure to improve energy efficiency. However, the proposal of energy efficiency projects requires buy-in from the board and even third-party investors.
An economic feasibility study crucial to securing this buy-in. This eGuide demonstrates:
- Where you should collect reliable data from and how to calculate accurate load profiles.
- How to determine the correct sizing for CHP and prove that it will produce the required cost savings.
- Why you should include a financial assessment of the proposed CHP and what breakdowns it should include.
A good, thorough feasibility study will provide investors with the confidence to make a firm, timely investment decision.
Establish buy-in from the board by delivering an in-depth economic feasibility study. Get started by downloading The ENER-G Quality CHP Plan - Economic Feasibility now.