CHP LoadTracker and Heat Pumps
For those sites with low electrical demand and high thermal demand, air-source heat pumps can be an ideal way to ‘square the circle’.
By arranging for an associated heat pump to use site-generated electricity, a LoadTracker Combined Heat and Power Energy Centre will have steady electric load to work against. This enables longer CHP running hours, smaller site carbon footprint and higher cost savings.
Heat pump thermal output (approximately 3 x electrical energy input) makes a genuine contribution to site thermal load by preheating return water. SAV Systems are happy to offer advice regarding the design of adjacent pipework and heat pump buffer capacity.
For CHP assessments in which heat pumps are called up, SAV would specify the exact combination of LoadTracker Combined Heat and Power units and heat pumps to provide the best match.
Heat pumps have proved to be especially useful for load balancing in schools.
Need to get some specifics about Combined Heat and Power for your project?
To find out more about LoadTracker CHP, please contact SAV Systems on the details below or by using the Contact Us page. We’ll send you the LoadTracker CHP Design Guide to help you identify whether CHP is suitable for your project. Next we’ll provide you with a sample CHP assessment for your type of project, and a proforma enquiry spreadsheet if you’d like to take things further.
by phone: 01483 771910
by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CPD Seminars for LoadTracker CHP
LoadTracker CHP Seminars run by SAV Systems are CIBSE accredited and provide a thorough and clear introduction to Combined Heat and Power systems.
This CPD seminar is focused on:
- Cost savings and carbon reduction delivered by LoadTracker CHP Systems
- How to match Combined Heat & Power to specific site demand
- How to get the maximum running time (and cost savings) from Combined Heat and Power
- How best to incorporate Cogeneration into DHW and Heating Systems
We look forward to hearing from you!