Reliable Energy for Homes and Businesses
The climbing costs of electricity, coupled with increasing power outages, have consumers and businesses searching for options that are more affordable and reliable. Propane-powered combined heat & power (CHP) units are more than that — they’re also more efficient, slashing utility bills while producing far less harmful emissions, making it a better option for everyone, including your customers.
What is propane CHP?
Propane-powered CHP units use a generator to produce electricity, capturing heat that warms the air and water. The result is reduced energy expenditures, eliminating efficiency losses between power plants and buildings, leading to a lower carbon footprint — an environmentally friendly, affordable, and reliable energy source that won’t go down with the electric grid.
Ready & Resilient: Where CHP Works Best
The value of CHP and micro-CHP units can be found nationwide, wherever resiliency, electric grid independence, and preparedness meet. From a savings perspective, this map shows the top 20 states (based on 2020 sales) where CHP makes the most financial sense.
BEST LOCATIONS FOR CHP IN THE U.S.
CHP Systems Eliminate Efficiency Losses and Lead to a Reduced Carbon Footprint
Propane-powered CHP and micro-CHP units far outpace the efficiency and emissions of traditional heating or water-heating systems, surpassing energy savings from even the most efficient boilers.
Micro-CHP Capacity Ranges
Single-Family Home (1800-2500 sq. ft.)
50 kW–1 MW
Large Commercial and Industrial Applications
(Warehousing, Manufacturing, Utility Power)
Single-Family Home With Greater Loads (Pool Heat)
Multi-Family Commercial / Light Industrial
Large CHP Capacity Ranges
Residential Apartment Buildings
Commercial / Industrial (Restaurants)
Strengthen Your CHP Knowledge
We’ve made it easy to learn about the benefits of CHP units even when not connected to the internet. Just use our new Offline Learning Tool to complete any of PERC’s eLearning modules, such as the “Introduction to CHP” and “Partnerships for Selling Solutions.”
Visit training.propane.com to download the app and start sharing CHP knowledge with your customers.