Woodlands House Hotel
I am very happy to recommend the introduction of CHP to anybody with a requirement for hot water. We commissioned our CHP plant in January 2002 and while providing all of our heat requirements during the day it also generates 30% of our electricity requirements. This represented a saving of €67,500 on our energy bills in 2010 alone. In addition to this, the environmental aspect cannot be overlooked with a reduction in energy usage as well as the CO2 savings which is over 2000, tonnes since the commissioning of the plant in 2002.
The Rochestown Park Hotel
Has established a strong commitment to ensure that we continue to reduce our energy costs/ carbon footprint while continuing to exceed customers requirements during their stay at Rochestown Park Hotel. The installation of CHP and absorption chilling units has been a fantastic decision financially with substantial annual energy saving, prompt return on our investment while continuing to do our bit for the environment by continually reducing our CO2 emissions.John O Donovan
The Johnstown Estate
“I came to Temp Tech in the Summer of 2017 looking to increase energy efficiency and reduce our energy bills. Following a review of the hotel and its energy usage Temp Tech sized an E150 CHP as the optimum solution for our Hotel. Our E150 CHP uses natural gas to generate 152kW of electricity and 236kW of heat per hour for the hotel. The CHP is delivering net energy savings of over €6,000 per month since it went live in April 2018. Payback on this project was under two years. We are delighted with the performance of both the CHP and Temp Tech.”
Lyrath Estate Hotel
“It’s fantastic – our CHP plant provides all the central lighting and hot water for the hotel. Since its installation we have optimised the systems performance and overall we’re extremely happy with it. As backup for the remainder of the hotel’s electricity requirements, we also decided to install a 600 kW generator. This means that along with the substantial annual cost savings we have a completely self sufficient electricity supply during ESB outages with all our electricity requirements being provided on site by a combination of the CHP plant and generator.”Billy Bradley