The use of cogeneration and trigeneration plants offers a whole host of potential benefits in a number of different sectors and industrial applications.
The manufacturing industry’s energy consumption is often considerable, with costs that make up a significant portion of overall indirect costs.
The most sustainable way to tackle the problem of increasing energy costs is to use energy better and use less of it.
Industrial cogeneration plants can guarantee significant savings in the costs of fuel required for electricity and heat production, with an application range that meets the demand for energy from the manufacturing industry.
Cogeneration plants are ideal in different industrial sectors. For example, in the beverages industry, AB plants can be used in the manufacture of preforms and the development of energy efficiency in processing, as they decrease the impact of specific costs and help boost business profitability.
AB cogeneration plants are greatly appreciated by the pharmaceutical industry, as they offer technological solutions which are ideal for organisations with a massive, continuous need for electricity, hot water and steam. These same benefits are also available to the paper and food industries, to improve their manufacturing competitiveness, combining economic advantages with a tangible focus on environmental protection.