Energy Box

Our platform can be broken down into two components: Combined Heat & Power Unit (CHP) and an Adsorption Chiller. Using sustainable energy sources such as biogas, solar or hydrogen we are able to generate electricity and heat to power both our chillers and feed back into your facility. The benefit of Adsorption chillers is the use of low-grade waste heat to generate cooling whereas incumbent cooling technology uses mechanical compression to liquefy the refrigerant.

Product Features

Simple and Sustainable Inputs

  • The combined heat & power (CHP) unit is powered by sustainable energy sources. Depending on the industry, application and fuel availability, this ranges from solar energy, biogas, RNG, hydrogen or geothermal energy
  • The chiller is completely powered by the CHP unit, creating a closed loop. Requirements are hot water between 80 – 85 deg C and power for the control panels

Modular Outputs

  • The chiller is able to produce cold water at 7 deg C, which is suitable for various temperature control applications
  • Depending on the system configuration used, excess electricity and heat from the CHP unit can be re-routed to the facility to balance grid consumption

Electrical Efficiency

  • Electrical Coefficient of Performance (COP) of 18. High electrical efficiency from the chiller results in useful cooling output around 18x more, relative to the amount of electricity consumed

Thermal Efficiency

  • The chiller uses thermal compression as oppose to highly inefficient traditional mechanical compression; resulting in a Thermal Coefficient of Performance of 0.6

Environmental Awareness

  • Up to 17% reduction in annual CO2e emissions relative to compression based chillers
  • Up to 5% savings in water consumption per ton of cooling relative to water cooled chillers

Product Portfolio

Energy Box 50

  • 50kW Electrical Output
  • 101kW Thermal Output
  • 14-tons Cooling Output
  • $14,000 in potential annual energy savings
  • Minimum Facility Power Requirement: 36,000 kWh/month

Energy Box 80

  • 81kW Electrical Output
  • 126kW Thermal Output
  • 18-tons Cooling Output
  • $22,500 in potential annual energy savings
  • Minimum Facility Power Requirement: 57,600 kWh/month

Energy Box 120

  • 125kW Electrical Output
  • 185kW Thermal Output
  • 26-tons Cooling Output
  • $35,000 in potential annual energy savings
  • Minimum Facility Power Requirement: 90,000 kWh/month