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DTGen partners with TEDOM for CHP

UK power generation specialist, DTGen, has struck a partnership with cogeneration expert, TEDOM, for the supply of combined heat and power (CHP) equipment.

John Kinstrie, Energy Solutions director at DTGen, said: “TEDOM is one of the top businesses in the cogeneration sector, and we’re pleased to have forged this official partnership that further strengthens our energy solutions business by supporting our aim to reduce the cost of energy for customers, and their impact on the environment.”

TEDOM has been involved in the development, production, and operation of CHP units for over 30 years. It develops and manufactures its own combustion engines for these cogeneration units, and also modifies engines from ‘renowned global manufacturers’, offering gas CHP units with electric power ranging from 30 kW to 4.5 MW with what it says are ‘class-leading efficiencies’.  Its range of CHPs is developed to not only run on natural gas but also include ranges capable of running on liquid gases, bio-gases, and hydrogen. 

Miloslav Ku┼żela, Chief Sales officer of TEDOM, said: “TEDOM's global footprint expands further with our partnership with DTGen. Having been active in the UK market for more than a decade, our decision to open a new TEDOM UK branch in 2023 further underscores our long-standing commitment to delivering cogeneration solutions across the world.”

Kenny Matley, managing director of TEDOM UK, added: “This new UK alliance with DTGen represents another important step on our journey. With decades of innovation in cogeneration technology and energy services, we bring a legacy of efficiency and sustainability to this new collaboration. This development not only strengthens our global presence but also brings our advanced technologies closer to the UK customers.”

DTGen delivers a range of energy solutions to customers, including on-site generation, ‘to help improve energy efficiency, reduce energy bills and improve power resilience’. By using various technologies, such as gas to power generators, combined heat and power units, solar and battery energy storage systems, it provides customers with ‘a full, behind-the-meter energy system’.

From its 6.3-acre Glasgow headquarters, and further sites in Bristol and Rugby, it supplies, installs, and maintains diesel and gas generators, combined heat and power systems (CHP), solar, and BESS. Its 80,000 ft2 warehouse space accommodates workshops, a parts distribution depot, and what is reportedly the country’s  biggest load test cell. UK.

During 2023, DTGen was acquired by off-grid energy solutions provider, Flogas Britain (part of DCC plc).

Pictured, left to right, are John Kinstrie, Kenny Matley, Paul Moore, and Phil Greenbury.

 

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