Lowering operating costs to invest in education

Educational institutions have high thermal demands when conditioning classrooms and common space and delivering domestic hot water for bathrooms or pools.

  • Scalable onsite cogeneration systems can reduce energy costs by up to 50% in educational campuses. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems create heat and electricity from a single fuel source to lower energy-related carbon emissions.
  • CHP systems are ideal for K-12 school districts, community colleges, boarding schools, university and large college campuses, especially those with large sports complexes.

Dalkia leverages its partner Aegis CHP to provide comfortable learning environments by delivering reliable energy that is independent from the electric grid. Aegis CHP systems provide up to 85% of operational efficiency by using natural gas to produce heat and electricity versus the inefficient conventional central power plants that are 30% efficient on average. Our team will provide an in-depth energy assessment and comprehensive plan for the CHP system’s integration with your existing building infrastructure to keep your education campus energy efficient.

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