COMBINED HEAT AND POWER

COMBINED HEAT AND POWER (CHP) BENEFITS

  • Among the most efficient and cost effective 
  • Eliminates wasteful energy production and minimizes harmful emissions
  • Reduces operational costs

WASTE TO ENERGY

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WASTE TO ENERGY BENEFITS

  • Utilizes various renewable source inputs including food, dairy, and poultry waste
  • Produces renewable natural gas and/or electricity
  • Cost effective due to various revenue streams including energy sales and agricultural byproduct sales such as fertilizer

SOLAR ENERGY

SOLAR ENERGY BENEFITS

  • Low cost and easy to maintain
  • Remotely operated
  • Zero emission electricity utilized on site and/or off site
  • Ability to price hedge against uncertain utility pricing 

WIND ENERGY

WIND ENERGY BENEFITS

  • Off site wind energy provides a large scale, at a very low cost, transaction to meet all of your renewable energy needs
  • Wind power can offer a price hedge against increasing utility pricing
  • 100% carbon free electricity to power your facilities around the country

BME is able to deploy a number of on-site power and thermal solutions to address the unique energy needs of various customer types including:

Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CHHP) - Power heating and cooling with turbines, engines, heat exchangers and chillers
Boilers - Steam, heating and cooling with commercial or industrial boilers
Turboexpanders Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) - Use of waste heat with organic rankine, cycle turbines and heat exchangers
Fuel Cells - Power only with fuel cells. In some case, fuel cells can also produce useful waste heat