Clark Construction Group's Energy and Structured Finance (ESF) division is helping the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center to save millions of dollars, significantly reduce emissions, and increase reliability during prolonged power outages. Clark ESF designed a highly efficient two megawatt combined heat and power system, which serves as the primary power source for the hospital's electrical load. Using a unique partnership structure, Clark ESF delivered the system with no upfront costs to the hospital.
Identify the benefits of a combined heat and power system as an on-site power technology
Determine the considerations when evaluating a combined heat and power system installation
Understand the financial benefits of using a power purchase agreement for implementation of a combined heat and power system, including mitigation of single point of failure of diesel generator for critical care loads
Articulate the benefits of turnkey delivery of a combined heat and power system as an on-site power technology
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