A microCHP appliance allows you to generate heat and electricity from a single source, close to the place it is used, on a building level. CHP systems displace grid generated electricity. This means they are significantly more efficient than power stations, because energy isn't lost during transmission and transportation leading to considerably reduced carbon emissions. Further money savings can be made through the feed-in tariff, which pays a generation tariff for every kWh or electricity you generate and an export tariff for the power you don't use which is exported back to the grid.
Honeywell already developed a very comprehensive range of products, which can offer in your fuel cell microCHP appliance:
The peak load burner can offer:
The safety controller can manage all the functionalities of
the stack, providing all the necessary voltage checks with the
right safety algorythm.
The pX42™ gas valve is a 1:1 gas/air combination gas control
with 2 class C on/off valves. The pneumatic 1:1 servo regulator
controls the right amount gas for the perfect gas/air combustion
goHAPI™ is an appliance user interface with on board self
diagnostic/service capability. This MMI can be used in conjunction
with existing esys, neXsys, maXsys™ boiler controllers and HPC-r
(heat pumps) appliance controller.