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Combined Heat & Power

What is Combined Heat & Power or Cogeneration?

Traditional power generation can be inefficient and the waste heat generated during the process is an indication of how unproductive the system is. Combined heat and power (CHP) is a method of generating electrical power and recovering the waste heat. During the process, the CHP unit collects waste heat and utilizes this heat to supply steam or hot water to a utility. In many cases excess electrical power can be supplied to the grid while a steady supply of heated water or steam can match a consumer’s heat demand. This makes for a very fuel efficient system and reduces the the carbon footprint of any commercial, industrial, or municipal operation. 

CHP savings principle

Who benefits from CHP?

Solutions can be applied in any structure where heating and / or cooling is necessary:

Hospitals and clinics

Retirement homes



Shopping malls

Industrial establishments


Fish processing

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Our industry partner: TEDOM

TEDOM specialises in the development, production, installation and operation of CHP units. The company was founded in 1991 and since then it became a well-known brand in the Cogeneration Industry. TEDOM is active in more than 40 countries around the world.
In the past 30 years, the company has installed more than 4000 CHP units of various outputs and designs. In cooperation with renowned engine manufactures, TEDOM develops CHP units of solely its own design. The wide portfolio of CHP units with outputs ranging from 20 kW to 4,5 MW is running on natural and other gaseous fuels.

Cogeneration Solutions

TEDOM Micro T30 Unit


20 - 55 kW

TEDOM Cento T200 CHP unit


75 - 200 kW

TEDOM Flexi CHP unit


250 - 555 kW

  • Small space requirements
  • Automated operation
  • Long service life
  • Plug & play
  • Very quiet operation
  • Adjustable switchboard 
  • Variable design
  • Easy installation
  • Wide output ranges
  • “All-in-one” concept
  • Operation on different fuels
  • Wide output range
  • Low emissions
  • Variable versions
  • Selectable location of the switchboard
  • External oil tank
  • Operation using various fuels

Benefits of TEDOM CHP units

Fuel savings and CO2 emissions reduction

Renewable source of energy

Energy-efficient solution

Low operation and maintenance costs

Low noise level

Long service life

Easy installation

Long lifetime and reliability

Ready to be controlled remotely

Dynamic Controls Canada Inc.

Our team has over 25 years of experience working in the energy industry.  We can provide products and services at every touchpoint in the CHP project process.

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Site surveys
  • Cost benefit analysis
  • Detailed design
  • Equipment procurement
  • Equipment fabrication
  • Installation
  • Commissioning
  • Local after sales support
Dynamic Controls CHP services

Let’s work together!