Put an end to waste

Imagine that you have a nice, juicy apple. You taken one bit into it and then throw it away. Is that not waste? That's the way electricity is generated in large power stations: today's coal-fired, gas-fired or nuclear power stations leave around two-thirds of their input energy unutilised.

Put an end to waste. Switch to efficiency

Switch to efficiency

Now imagine eating all of the apple apart from the seeds and stalk. That's how to visualise cogeneration. The heat produced during electricity generation is also utilised.

Cogeneration is the simultaneous generation of electricity and heat. Compared to traditional large-scale power stations in which the heat produced during electricity generation is discharged unused into the environment, cogeneration plants, like the XRGI®, use this waste heat for heating and thus save fuel and ultimately money.