SAV engineers energy centres for maximum efficiency

SAV engineers energy centres
LoadMatcher engineered energy centres from SAV Modules combine technologies such as CHP and heat pumps for maximum efficiency
SAV Modules offers a service to create mini district-heating stations combining a range of technologies, including heating pumps and CHP. Fully engineered custom-designed solutions can reduce carbon emissions by up to 30% and slash energy costs. LoadTracker packaged energy centres can incorporate small-scale CHP, heat pumps, condensing boilers and instantaneous hot-water modules — all linked to high-efficiency thermal stores. Combining heat pumps and CHP overcomes the problem of heating and electrical loads not matching or the carbon-reduction potential of heat pumps being reduced by having to connect them to the national grid. LoadTracker energy centres will meet 80 to 90% of a building’s total heating and electrical demand, with only a small contribution required from the grid. They use EC Power’s XRGI 15 CHP unit in multiples. These machines have gas-powered engines and can provide 1 to 15.2 kW of electricity and 17 to 30 kW of heating. All electricity generated is used, and none is exported to the grid.
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