Customer Testimonial Videos

Provided below are a number of customer video testimonials documenting the success of their CHP installation. Hear from these customers, facility managers and engineers on how CHP has provided lasting results for their building. Click the play button to watch any video.

University Square

an interview with:
Dale Desmarais – Director of Sales & Marketing
Aegis Energy Services

Kieran McGovern – Account Representative
Philadelphia Gas Works

University Square is a 442 unit HUD subsidized community for adults age 62 plus. This Aimico Apartment Home facility located in Philadelphia, PA installed two 75 kW engine-driven CHP systems to provide nearly 16% of the buildings power and produces nearly 1,000,000 BTUs of recovered heat to supplement their hot water and heating systems.

Reading Housing Authority

an interview with
David Talarico – Maintenance Superintendent

Hear about the Reading Housing Authority installation of a 345 kW CHP system at Glenside Homes campus to produce 30% of the power requirements with heat used to supply the boiler plant at the 400 unit facility.  This Reading Pennsylvania complex consists of multi-family garden-style apartments offering modern, affordable housing in a pleasant, safe environment.

Eastern Municipal Water District

An interview with Joe Mouawad, Senior Director of Engineering

Eastern Municipal Water District is using a 2 stage treatment system that removes NOx & CO from the exhaust of their stationary engines to meet California’s strict air emissions regulations.

Inland Empire Foods Inc

An interview with: Mark Sterner, President

A gas fired micro turbine CHP system produces electric, heat and steam used in the processing of beans for Inland Empire Foods.

Houweling’s Tomatoes

An interview with Richard Vanderburg, Conservation Manager

Three internal combustion engines produce electricity to power the greenhouses of Houweling’s Tomatoes, including lights used to extend crop growth in their 20 acres of greenhouses. Waste heat is used to heat the greenhouses and condensed water from the CHP system helps water the pants. In addition, CO2 produced by the CHP system is repurposed into the air inside the greenhouse to fertilize the crops.

Honor Rancho – SoCal Compressor Station

An interview with Rick Fisher, VP Sales, Continental Controls Corporation

Special 3 stage electronic gas carburetor system helps internal combustion engine meet air quality compliance regulations by helping the engine to burn cleaner and more complete by modifying the air-fuel ratio.

The Americana Bayside

an interview with
Carl Caridi, Property Manager

The Americana Bayside is a luxurious Co-Op building with waterfront views and great amenities. After an expensive heating oil spill they decided to go with a clean natural gas engine-driven Tecogen cogeneration system that provides both heat and electricity.

Watch the Americana video case study and see how pleased they are to save money and be energy independent.

The Brevport Co-Op

an interview with
Diane Nardone, Board President

The Brevport is a lovely Co-Op in New York City’s Greenwich Village section. A “go Green” project included Tecogen InVerde cogeneration modules that provide electricity and heat to the building.  Hear how these units kept the lights throughout Hurricane Sandy.

Hear from Brevoort Co-Op resident’s point of view.

Yanmar – micro-Combined Heat & Power System

an interview with
Steve McGovern, Residential Customer

Hurricane Sandy interrupted power for nine days. Hear how the Yanmar mCHP system provides heat, hot water and power (even during power outages to homes … even during disasters.

Phoenix Beverage

an interview with
Pat Simone, Facility Manager

Phoenix Beverage, is the largest beer distributor in New York City. Located on a pier in Red Hook, Consolidated Edison was unable to provide the power they required. By installing six Inverde INV-100 cogeneration module, they are now entirely off the grid and make all their electricity onsite.

Watch the video to see how these cogeneration modules provide electricity and backup power if the grid goes down.

Roosevelt Terrace

an interview with
Edward J Ermler, COO of LEED Management Group, Inc.

Roosevelt Terrace is a 437-unit cooperative residence that includes four modern buildings featuring studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with spacious rooms and terraces.

Hear from LEED Management Groups staff on how the two Tecogen CM-75 cogeneration modules provide the The Roosevelt Terrace co-op’s power.

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