Veolia re-energises CHP in the UK

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Cogenco, Veolia’s specialist CHP company, is now fully integrated with the UK group and has adopted the Veolia name. The move enables the company to offer a wider range of CHP-based low-carbon solutions across all market sectors. Veolia operates over 600 CHP units across a range of applications covering the industrial, district-heating, hotels, leisure, retail, hospital, universities and water-industry sectors.

The integration coincides with an expansion of the product range and introduction of enhanced-efficiency packaged CHP units with electrical outputs from 50 kW to 4 MW. It also incorporates expertise from the other areas of the business.

Steve Guttridge, managing director of Cogenco, said, ‘This move fully integrates our CHP services under the “Resourcing the World” brand, and our CHP customers will benefit from a larger range of on-site energy solutions that can help them be more sustainable into the future.

‘By adopting the Veolia brand we will now be able to extend our business of providing carbon-cutting highly efficient CHP solutions. This move will strengthen our capabilities and help us offer the environmental and fiscal benefits that modern CHP delivers to customer sites.’

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