T&M performed an Energy Analysis and Feasibility Study for the County for the design and installation of a combined heat and power (CHP) plant. The study reviewed the most recent 12-months of energy billing data, electric utility interval data and other relevant tabulated energy use data. This data was used to develop monthly energy use profiles for electric and thermal loads at the Justice Complex in conjunction with a review of existing equipment, including boilers, chillers, hot water generators and any other major energy device.
Based upon the energy profiles, addressability of loads, physical constraints and typical cogeneration system characteristics, the following was provided:
Based on this analysis, the results confirmed that a 600 kW CHP is a proper technical fit for the Justice Complex. T&M has subsequently:
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