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Baxi-Senertec UK demonstrated the benefits of mini combined heat and power (mini-CHP) units at the recent Energy Event.

The company’s Dachs mini-CHP units are designed to be installed as the lead boiler in a range of applications.

They can deliver up to 440MWh of electricity and 1,200MWh of usable heat at a combined efficiency of more than 90 per cent during their working life.

They will also reduce carbon emissions by more than 100 tonnes during their operating life compared with conventional methods of delivering heating and electricity.

CHP is said to be a convenient and cost-effective way of complying with Part L of the Building Regulations.

David Shaw, business manager, said: ‘Mini-CHP can be installed easily in both existing boiler plant rooms without the need to reconfigure existing pipework and internal heat emitters as well as in new-build properties.

‘This means users can start to enjoy carbon and energy savings more quickly without the major expenditure and upheaval required to integrate renewables,’ he added.

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