Tri-Generation in the Most Modern Way

Like gas-powered cogeneration plants, fuel cells generate electricity and heat, and with their relatively high cooling water temperature, they are particularly suitable for combined heat and power plants (CHP) and therefore also perfect for combining with adsorption chillers. This interaction is very beneficial in more ways than one: The generated electricity reduces electricity bills, and the cooling capacity is provided at the same time with almost no additional electricity needed. In addition, fuel cells are often eligible for public subsidies. Above all else, it is an exceptionally environmentally-friendly way to generate electricity and refrigeration, as FAHRENHEIT Adsorption chillers only need water as a refrigerant.