Energy-efficiency on a large scale.
Managing the energy needs of a big facility can be a daunting prospect. National Grid routinely works with commercial, industrial, and municipal customers to reduce energy costs on a large scale. One way is through cogeneration, or combined heat and power (CHP), a highly efficient form of energy conversion that generates heat and electricity simultaneously, then captures and reuses heat that would otherwise be wasted. CHP saves 40 percent more energy than traditional systems, with savings of up to $750 per kW of generated heat.
If you have a large-scale facility, a multi-building complex with dependable power and thermal loads, National Grid can connect you with vendors who provide incentives to qualifying customers.