Typical Project

Capwatt solution, using an on-site combined heat and power plant, delivers thermal power to the industrial site produced with an exhaust gases recovery boiler, resulting on a much higher overall efficiency


Facilities that use both electrical and thermal power are traditionally supplied using two utility interconnections: natural gas and electrical power. Natural gas is burned on a steam or hot water boiler to produce the needed thermal power for the industrial process.
From the industrial site owner perspective, this traditional supply solution has low overall efficiency, higher capex and opex (when compared with Capwatt solution) and no redundancy.
Capwatt solution, using an on-site combined heat and power plant, delivers thermal power to the industrial site produced with an exhaust gases recovery boiler, resulting on a much higher overall efficiency.
From the industrial site owner perspective, Capwatt solution brings enhanced reliability, from a redundant supply solution, lower capex and opex and higher degree of control and visibility over energy costs.
Capwatt produced electrical power can be delivered on-site or directly injected on the utility grid.
Traditional Solution


Capwatt Solution