Future Proofing CHP Solutions on the Road to Net-Zero

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems remain an essential part of  the green recovery and the journey to net-zero carbon emissions. Find out from this video how Clarke Energy are helping University of Liverpool, Southend University Hospital and Sterling Pharma Solutions with their net-zero energy transitions.

CHP can work alongside other renewable technologies and energy storage as part of a hybrid energy solution. Gas engines can be adapted to run on renewable fuels such as hydrogen as they become more viable, meaning investments can be made safely for new or existing facilities.


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