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The building is currently occupied by residential tenants. There are mechanical room in the sub-cellar of the building. NYBSC designed for three (3) Cogeneration Engines (250 kW each) and required essential equipment like pumps, expansion tanks, air separator, heat exchangers etc. in the sub cellar. The big challenge was to remove the heat from Cogen room and bring combustion air to sub-cellar level. The objectives of the new cogeneration system design was to provide the facilities of electricity, heating, cooling and domestic hot water for the tenants and reducing the building energy consumption as well as cost.
- Reduce the building’s carbon emissions
- Save energy and cost
- Power resilience
- Use the wastage energy for producing domestic free hot water, heating and cooling.