Multi-unit Residential

MURWhether in a building owned by private developers, public housing authorities, or universities, our CHP systems deliver consistent energy savings when sized for the steady thermal loads typically required by these applications. We offer on-site CHP systems that reduce energy costs in large multi-unit residential applications due to high efficiency generation of electricity and thermal energy from recovered waste heat. This thermal energy is required for domestic water heating, heating, absorption cooling, and pool heating.

Many provinces provide grants and other incentives for installing these high-efficiency CHP systems in multi-unit residential buildings, and Co-Energy Canada will assist our clients in searching for and completing these grant proposals.

Here are some of the characteristics that make an CHP system a good fit in multi-unit residential buildings.

  • Hot water heating systems
  • 100+ apartments, condo- or co-op units
  • 80,000+ m3 of gas used annually
  • Single Metered Electrical service
  • High Electric Rates
  • Heated pools

Contact us today to see how Co-Energy Canada’s CHP systems can significantly reduce your healthcare facility’s energy costs.

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Toronto, ON M9W 5T4

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