Oasis Microgrids 537CHP is overall 94% Net Thermal Efficient and approved under Rule 1146 as a Boiler Accessory by the SCAQMD, making it easy to implement.
Our high efficiency, low emissions CHP does not have a bunch of exotic parts that are hard to source nor is it an avant-garde system designed by people who have never operated a large steam system. Our legacy technology-driven CHP was developed by one of the foremost steam combustion experts in the United States specifically to address the heat, steam and electricity requirements he knew his industrial clients needed to be more energy resilient and less carbon intensive.
We like to think that Oasis Microgrids is what you get when you combine American Ingenuity and American Muscle. Let us and our CHP be a key part of your Distributed Energy and Resiliency solutions.
Are you a business, campus or organization that utilizes steam to operate? If that applies to your organization, let us show you how we can reduce your natural gas use while virtually eliminating NOx and CO2 emissions all while generating the heat, steam and electricity at a cost that makes sense to your bottom line.
Simple, clean, and straightforward energy is what we do.
Join us in shaping the future of clean energy. Together, we can unlock the full potential of our CHP microgrid and help create a sustainable tomorrow. Contact us to learn more about our revolutionary solution for a sustainable future.
Our best-in-class CHP boasts an overall 94% Net Thermal Efficiency and super low emissions CHP.
But how are we able to do that if everyone else has a NTE of 80% or less? Here's the breakdown on our efficient uses for each BTU of natural gas fed to our CHP:
1. Its’ 1100˚(F) exhaust feeds into the boiler’s tube, reducing its’ combustion of natural gas at the burner.
2. It pairs with a standard catalytic converter to eliminate most NOx and reduce CO2 emissions.
3. It is cooled stoichiometrically, providing 232˚(F) water to the deaerator, eliminating the need to heat any feedwater.
4. Our engine powers a generator, providing 120 to 175 kW (kilowatts) of electricity at a heat rate of only 3400 btu/kW. Compare that to your grid heat rate average (8000 btu/kW).
Let us help you use every BTU of gas as efficiently and emissions free as possible.