DGA is co-hosting 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 — leads our conversation. Jay Janson, vice president of sales for Secure Source Energy, moderates. Facility owners and operators, experienced cogeneration professionals, and all those interested in energy efficiency and climate policy are encouraged to attend!

Session I on Wednesday, February 8 will focus primarily on the use of trigen at commercial properties, including office buildings, universities, and health care settings.

Session II on February 15 will focus on the use of trigen at warehouses, food & beverage facilities, data centers, and other equipment-centric facilities.

Have questions about distributed trigeneration? Submit them here!

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