CHP・Cogeneration / Distributed Power

Distributed Power is defined as a system to produce small- and medium-scale electric power at or near consumer place of electric power. The advantage is that it can avoid the transmission power loss that conventional large-scale power plant with long-distance transmission cannot evade.
In particular, at developing and emerging countries where a nationwide electric transmission network has not developed, this system can supply the necessary electricity for the place where it is needed in a very short period. Furthermore, even in developed countries, installing power generation equipment at distributed locations such as urban buildings, industrial parks and housing complexes has the advantage of ensuring lifelines, such as electricity and heat, at each location in case of a large-scale disaster outbreak.

CHP (Combined Heat and Power)/Cogeneration is one type of distributed power. With this approach, high energy security can be achieved by installing generators in the area where the heat and the power are consumed, and more efficiently using energy by utilizing the heat produced during generation.
Our products provide various types of CHP solutions to suit the customer’s specific needs for a combination of electrical and thermal energy.

Basic System
Supplementary Fired System
Inlet Air Cooling System
Combined Cycle Power Plant
Direct Firing System
Tri-Generation System

Power Generation
Power + Steam + Hot Water Generation
Power + Hot Water or Chilled Water Generation
Power + Steam Generation

Case Studies

Case Study: CHP System for a Chemical Manufacturer

30MW-class CHP System with Green Gas Turbine for Chemical Manufacturing
- Daicel Corporation -


Case Study: Distributed Power Plant for a PPS

110MW Distributed Power Plant with Green Gas Engines As a Solution for The Electricity Shortage
– Nihon Techno -