Cleaner, more affordable power generation

Also referred to as cogeneration or combined heat and power, onsite power is a cost-effective way to produce electricity and heat at your facility. That means you save on energy costs including lowering your hefty global adjustment fees.


Delivering the outcomes you need

It’s simple: cogeneration helps you do more with less. By utilizing the exhaust energy from gas turbines, useful steam can be generated in a heat exchanger which can then be used in any number of applications, all with no additional fuel consumption. GE’s cogeneration systems use fuel more efficiently to generate more power and produce fewer emissions per MW. Make your business more efficient and resilient than ever, and save money by transforming waste streams from an environmental disadvantage to an energy benefit.


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Reduce your monthly bills. With CHP you can meet your heat and power needs for less than your current electric bill.


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Help mitigate blackouts, natural disasters and power outages with your CHP onsite power system.


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With combined heat and power, you can reduce your greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30%.


Calculate the potential savings you could receive from a CHP system for your facility:


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We’ll do the heavy lifting

We’ll work together to provide you with an integrated CHP package that can include:



Analysis to identify the onsite power generation strategy that delivers enhanced efficiency and cost savings


Detailed cogeneration engineering and, equipment, as well as CHP equipment sourcing and cost-benefit analysis


Complete project management including delivery and installation of equipment and coordination with local utilities


Design maintenance schedule to protect and secure onsite energy system.


A variety of financing solutions for the cost of CHP, that don't require upfront investment for onsite equipment

How does CHP work?

No matter what equipment you are using, heat is a byproduct of generating electricity. In most cases, the heat produced is lost to the atmosphere. In a CHP application, that exhaust heat is captured and recycled to provide hot water or steam. This enables heating or cooling for the facility and significantly increases your generation equipment’s efficiency.


When you use a natural gas engine to produce onsite electricity and heat you are eligible for energy efficiency levels as high as 90%, much higher than the average efficiency level of the US electrical grid (which is roughly 40%)

Still interested? Try our calculator below for a cost-benefit analysis of combined heat and power generation for your facility.


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No experience managing onsite power generation? No worries

Working with GE offers you complete peace of mind. Why?

  • Our equipment generates one-third of the world’s electricity
  • We have more than 12,000 of our machines already operating in combined heat and power applications.


See how PepsiCo Canada is saving on energy costs with its onsite heat and power system.