Natural Gas Cogeneration Systems

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What type of power does natural gas generate?

Combustion turbine or reciprocating engine CHP systems burn fuel (natural gas, oil, or biogas) to turn generators to produce electricity and use heat recovery devices to capture the heat from the turbine or engine. This heat is converted into useful thermal energy, usually in the form of steam or hot water.

Among other technologies, CGA uses advanced Caterpillar Technology for Natural Gas Co-Generation

Through the CGA “CAT” units we: “offer a wide range of cogeneration, or combined heat & power (CHP) generators ranging from 400 to 4,000 kW. Our offering includes factory enclosures as well to offer customers a complete cogeneration solution.”

Combined Power & Heat (CHP)


According to CAT: “CHP is energy efficient technology that generates electric power and captures the heat that would otherwise be wasted to provide useful thermal energy—such as steam or hot water that can be used for space heating, cooling, domestic hot water and industrial processes.” 

Some Advantages of the CAT Systems we Install:

  • Energy efficiency up to 90 percent
  • Cheaper to separate heat and electrical generation systems
  • Lower emissions than separate heat and electrical generation systems
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification available via energy efficiency credits

Also, according to CAT:

According to CAT: “By capturing and using heat that would otherwise be wasted, and by avoiding distribution losses, CHP can achieve efficiencies of over 80 percent, compared to 50 percent for typical technologies (i.e., conventional electricity generation and an on-site boiler).”

At CGA, we don’t just install CAT systems, but a variety of other units as well.