In our last blog we talked about the differences between a "modified" ISO container, and an enclosure properly designed and optimized for CHP (to review that article, click here).
But "proper design" might have to address issues other than ventilation, illumination, and clearances. For example, will the enclosure be sitting at a remote landfill, or outside the windows of hospital patient rooms? Is acoustics an issue? What about aesthetics?
There are many enclosure options available to accommodate all these scenarios.
Here's a sample:
So, no matter where a CHP plant needs to be located, containerization options are available to accommodate those needs.
Please contact us any time for more information, or assistance with any ongoing CHP applications.
George Voss is a Partner with TransEnergy LLC and Founder/President of Sustainability Business Management. George, a sustainability, distributed energy, & environmental expert, an innovative leader and entrepreneur, offering his expertise to help manufacturers, reps and distributors better understand customer benefits associated with their products/services and realize growth objectives.