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Combined heat and power: Cogeneration saves University money

“We saw deregulation coming through with the utility companies, and our deals with the local utility company were going to drive our electrical costs up around $0.24 a kilowatt,” Bill Romatzick says. “The state of Connecticut was very proactive in trying to reduce the load on the grid in the southwestern corner of the state. We actually received a $500-a-kilowatt grant for the installation of the plant. We picked up $2.3 million from the utility companies in the state on about a $9.5 million project.”

Published in Maintenance Solutions magazine in the November issue

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