Discover how our customers embarked on the path to clean, efficient on-site cogeneration systems.
Explore our Case Studies below.
NEW! On the BoardsPenn State University Hershey Medical Center CHP Plant – Hershey, Pennsylvania
The Cogen Design-Build Team recently began the design phase for a new 7.7 megawatt CHP Plant with 80,000 lbs/hr to will support the energy needs of the Hospital and University Campus.
Albany Medical Center Cogeneration Plant – Albany, New York
Through a creative approach to the design and construction of a plant that accommodates $330M of hospital expansion on a tightly constrained urban site, this project allows the hospital to meet it rapidly growing energy needs now and into the future.
Burrstone Energy Center CHP Microgrid – Utica, New York
To meet the needs of a group of neighboring institutions (Faxton/St. Luke’s Hospital, Utica College, and ST. Luke’s Nursing Home), Bette & Cring/Cogen developed - and now owns and operates - this CHP project which provides highly efficient and reliable cogenerated energy. This is the first CHP Plant in Upstate New York to export power back to utility.
GUSC Energy Biomass Plant – Rome, New York
Renewable, locally-sourced wood chips will fuel this CHP plant, allowing this local utility, serving a 3,500-acre Business and Technology Park with over 60 companies, the flexibility to choose from multiple fuel sources to stabilize costs and provide savings to their customers.
St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Cogeneration Plant – Syracuse, New York
Hampered by limits on the existing utility electrical infrastructure, the hospital looked for answers to solve capacity issues for an upcoming $220M expansion. The addition of a cogeneration plant, cleverly tucked above a loading dock, will efficiently meet the hospital’s energy needs.
- Union College Cogeneration Plant – Schenectady, New York
Underscoring their commitment toward achieving carbon neutrality, this new natural gas-powered 1.8 MW Gas Turbine CHP Plant will significantly reduce Union College’s carbon footprint.
Reliable power and environmental concerns were of utmost importance for this 280,000 SF retirement community, who decided to install a 700 KW gas engine CHP Plant that backs up and the supports the utility and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.