Our partnership with Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (CCH) has allowed one of our signature innovations to flourish in several countries. From Western Europe to Ukraine our combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants supply CCH with energy that is more reliable and less expensive, while substantially reducing the environmental impact of its existing operations.
CHP Oricola involves building a trigeneration facility at this CCH location to provide electric power, heat (hot water and steam), chilled water. The plant use one simple gas engine, and capture the engine’s exhaust gas heat to provide heat (steam). Heat recovered from the engine cooling system it could be transformed to chilled water via an absorption chiller or it could be delivered directly to the client under hot water. In addition to providing environmental benefits by reducing the combustible consumption and implicitelly air emissions, we have kept costs low for CCH by standardizing the design of each facility so that operations are consistent and any necessary construction can occur simultaneously in multiple locations.
In Europe, we are operating Quad-Gen plants for CCH in Kiev (Ukraine), Knockmore Hill (Northern Ireland), Nogara (Italy), Ploiesti (Romania), and Radzymin (Poland). Additionally, we have built and operate a Tri-Generation (Tri-Gen) plant in Oricola (Italy)