Professional Laundering Facility Installs Cogeneration
A Tecogen combined heat and power (CHP) system will generate over 90 percent of the power required for the Bates Troy professional laundering facility in Binghamton, New York. The CHP system provides electricity, heat, domestic and operational hot water for the washing facility. The system also provides emergency back-up power to this state-designated critical facility.
Bates Troy provides clean linen to over 3,000 patient beds per day. As a provider of an essential health care service, the company is required to be prepared for emergencies such as loss of power.
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