DGA co-hosted a series of two webinars with Secure Source Energy exploring the benefits of distributed trigeneration and its diverse potential uses. 

Trigeneration systems produce electricity while also providing heating and cooling. A distributed trigen system is non-utility scale energy generation located at or near the site where it’s consumed. While typical electric generation loses about 5% of its energy in the distribution and transmission process, these on-site systems experience only minimal losses because the energy is generated close to where it’s used.

Trigen systems are immediately deployable and can help enhance building efficiency; improve reliability in the face of ever-increasing extreme weather threats, and reduce carbon emissions. Our webinar will examine the many practical uses of trigen — and dive into new tax incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act. 

David Gardiner — president and founder of David Gardiner and Associates — led the discussion, with Secure Source Energy’s VP of Sales, Jay Janson, moderating the event. 

You can view a copy of the slides here and recordings of both webinars below.

Session 1 on Wednesday, February 8

Session 2 on Wednesday, February 15

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