Campbell Canada Completes CHP Project
Campbell Company of Canada recently completed a combined heat and power (CHP) project at its Toronto plant as part of the company’s goal to cut its environmental footprint in half by 2020. CHP is a technology that uses a natural-gas-fired engine to generate electricity and produce heat. The heat produced from the engine generates steam, which is used by Campbell Canada to cook soup. The CHP plant consists of a 4.6MW combustion gas turbine generator and a Cleaver-Brooks Max-Fire® Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) with duct burner that produces 90,000 lb/hr of steam. The CHP plant now supplies up to 93% of the company’s annual steam requirements. The power is used entirely within the Campbell Canada facility, displacing electricity that was previously supplied from the electricity grid. Click here
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