Cogeneration (CHP)

Cogeneration – abbreviated to CHP (Combined Heat Power) – is the combined production of electricity and heat in a single technological process, such as the combustion of gas or biogas. A combined heat and power system, also known as a CHP unit, enables primary energy to be used better and more efficiently than during separate production. The result is not one but two types of energy that can be used immediately.


CHP is used in the industrial, service provision and tertiary sectors, mainly highly energy-intensive plants, as it allows for a significant reduction in fuel consumption while still providing the desired heat and electricity.

Benefits of CHP:

Energy is used even 40% better than in the conventional process
Shorter period of return of financial outlays
Environmentally friendly
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to the environment such as carbon dioxide, sulphur oxides, etc.
Compactness of the installation
Due to the use of fewer modules, the space required for the installation of the power generation unit is saved.
Energy security
Independence from fluctuations in available energy and thermal power

Trigeneration (CHPC)

Trigeneration (Combined Heat, Power and Cooling) is the combined production of heat, power and consumable cooling in a single process, which allows for a reduction in the amount and cost of primary energy required to produce each of the above separately. Combined heat, power and cooling (CHPC) is the technological successor to combined heat and power (CHP), which enables the generation of electricity and waste heat in a single process. Trigeneration extends the potential of CHP with an additional type of energy – consumable cold – which can be used, for example, in air conditioning or production processes.

As Trigeneration is a great way to improve the cost-effectiveness of electricity generation in district heating systems and balance the demand for electricity and heat, it prevents potential blackouts during hot weather.

A CHPC system is made up of a CHP module producing electricity and waste heat, which in turn is used by an absorption unit to produce cooling.


Trigeneration is beneficial for units requiring three types of energy simultaneously (for example, in hospitals, data centres). Tri-generation allows electricity and heat demand to be balanced during the summertime and consequently prevents a potential collapse in electricity supply on hot days.

What are the benefits?

Three processes in one: energy, heat and utility cooling
Faster return on investment and even up to 30% of savings in fuel consumption
Environmental friendliness
Reduction in CO2 emissions into the atmosphere, which is promoted by the institutions of the European Union
{The possibility of using funding from theNational Fund for Environmental Protection (NFOŚ)
Energy security
Independence from fluctuations in available energy and thermal power

Emergency power supply

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