How Does a Cogeneration Plant Work?

May 21, 2014  |  Jim Pretz, Managing Principal & CEO

What is a cogeneration plant and how does it work? The answer lies in another name for the concept – Combined Heat and Power (or CHP). A cogeneration or CHP plant generates both electrical energy (often measured as power) and heat energy. In its simplest form, this is accomplished by driving an electrical alternator (i.e., an AC power generator) with a turbine or internal combustion engine and capturing the resultant heat (caused by combustion, friction | Read More

Welcome to the Completely Revamped Fosdick & Hilmer Website

May 6, 2014

Welcome to the completely revamped Fosdick & Hilmer website.  We have spent months developing content and a look and feel that, we hope, will not only highlight our firm’s capabilities more effectively, but that will serve as an interactive resource to clients and visitors in search of information and answers. So have a look, download our most recent newsletter, check out our blog posts, take advantage of a no cost / no obligation initial consultation, | Read More