Integrated CHP Systems Corp. (ICHPS):
Integrated CHP Systems Corp. "ICHPS" is a full service Cooling, Heating and Power (CHP) design engineering firm, project developer, and is a systems integrator specializing in the design and provision of pre-packaged thermally activated technologies for integration with a variety of on-site electric generating technologies.
ICHPS was formed to bridge an important gap in the industry by combining thermal equipment design, HVAC engineering and power systems experience into one company. We optimize and integrate commercially available technologies from major manufacturers in pre-engineered packages designed to provide cooling, heating and/or dehumidification from the waste heat of on-site power generation. For applications from 250 kW to 15 MW, systems are designed to be base loaded and provide a variety of thermal forms to meet building HVAC requirements.
America's Energy Future:
America's energy supply and delivery systems are under tremendous pressure to change. Energy use is increasing to spur economic growth, at the same time global energy supplies are becoming more constrained. One solution to this problem that is emerging is the innovative use of thermal energy recovery (Recycling Energy) to turn waste heat from power generation and other process stream into useful steam, hot water, chilled water or dehumidified air streams.
If you are concerned about:
Rapidly increasing electric prices
Volatile fuel prices (natural gas, propane, fuel oil, coal, etc.)
Increasing energy reliability, energy security and power quality problems
Limited economic growth in energy constrained areas like New York, New Jersey and New England
More stringent environmental requirements
You should consider the following:
Have an energy audit of your facility done by a Recycling Energy professional
Examining your boilers from the perspective of replacement with an energy efficient CHP system
Look to convert waste heat streams into useful thermal energy
Consider steam turbine, absorption, adsorption chillers to reduce summertime peak electric demand
Avoid expensive electrical upgrades with CHP and thermally activated technologies