8 Results for tag Cogeneration

How Can Hospitals Make Use of Renewable Energy Installations?

Hospitals are an essential part of Australian infrastructure, and provide the perfect platform to advertise the benefits of renewable energy installations to the rest of the healthcare industry and other sectors alike.  From solar panels to energy storage systems, the country’s hospitals and other medical facilities can benefit greatly from projects that include this technology. […] ... Read More

Is Trigeneration and Cogeneration Growing in Australia?

Commercial property developers typically find ways to reduce expenses tenants may have to incur on a monthly basis. Utility costs are one area which real estate investors assess carefully when placing financial support behind a new facility. More than a few decision-makers have implemented cogeneration or trigeneration to address these costs. Have Australian property investors […] ... Read More

Grid Flexibility the Future for Electrical Networks

The existing electrical grid model – of centralised power generation feeding into a network of homes and businesses – is set to be slowly replaced. In the future, grids are likely to become smarter, more flexible and contain multiple points of generation, storage and consumption, across a network of interconnected systems. This is the finding […] ... Read More

Combined Heating and Power an Area of Rapid Growth

Globally, the demand for combined heating and power generation technologies is increasing rapidly, as businesses look to improve their operations and reduce running costs. With many factories and industrial sites requiring both heating and electricity generation, combining these into a single cogeneration system often leads to substantial savings. This has been highlighted in a recent […] ... Read More

Decentralised Generation Expected to See Further Growth

Centralised power production is continuing to be challenged by new energy strategies that are creating alternative solutions to power generation. Whether this involves the implementation of remote energy projects or complementing existing grid connections with on-site capacity, these systems have seen significant growth. Just one example that Australia has seen, is the recently announced University of […] ... Read More

MPower to Service Critical Infrastructure for Network Provider

Media Release – Monday 19 January, 2015 For Immediate Release MPower, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific’s leading power solutions provider has been awarded a contract from network provider, Essential Energy as primary contractor to deliver preventative and reactive maintenance of UPS and generators to more than 110 sites across greater New South Wales. The […] ... Read More

MPower Providing more for Customers with the new MPartner Program

Media Release – 15 August, 2013 For Immediate Release Australia’s leading integrated power solutions provider is proud to introduce the new MPartner Program developed for servicing critical infrastructure and designed specifically for varying business needs and requirements. MPower, a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX listed Tag Pacific Limited, will now offer platinum, gold and silver […] ... Read More

Harnessing waste heat a major growth area for companies

As businesses look to operate in a more energy-efficient manner, many are turning to new tactics to capture power that would otherwise go to waste. This growth has led to an increasing investment in cogeneration and trigeneration systems, as businesses combine industrial processes to reduce waste and run their heating and cooling from a single […] ... Read More

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