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Cogeneration System

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  • For Hospital, Healthcare & Elderly Welfare Facilities
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Effective Energy Use Reduces Running Costs

This system recovers exhaust heat from a motor that drives a generator, and then effectively utilizes it as a heat source. Since medical facilities require a large energy consumption per unit floor area for various purposes including air conditioning, hot-water supply, steam for sterilization, lighting, medical equipment, and powered machinery, installing an optimally-sized cogeneration system (CGS) can reduce overall running costs.

Delivery records of cogeneration systems for medical facilities

Hospital Location
Number of Units Heat engine   Generator
Category Engine power (kW) Fuel class Power (kW)
Gas engine Gas turbine Diesel Fuel cell
Hospital A Hokkaido 2       300 Bunker A 150 x 2
Hospital B Tohoku 2       1,000 Gas 13A 500 x 2
Hospital C Tokai 3       900 Bunker A 300 x 3
Hospital D Tokai 3     1,545 Bunker A 515 x 3
Hospital E Kanto 2       1,000 Gas 13A 500 x 2
Hospital F Kanto 1       214 Gas 13A 214
Hospital G Kinki 2       1,400 Gas 13A 700 x 2
Hospital H Kansai 1       1,600 Gas 13A 1,600
Hospital I Shikoku 2       360 Bunker A 180 x 2
Hospital J Kyushu 2       400 Gas 5C 200 x 2

* The power and heat represent the capacity per one unit.

Example Installation of Cogeneration System (for extension of a hospital)


Location Hokkaido
Total floor area Approx. 10,500m2 (existing) + 6,500m2 (extension)
Beds Approx. 250
Background for Installation Since used for individual sickrooms and the outpatient examination department, the extension is unlikely to add a new revenue stream. To offset an increase in running costs, two cogeneration systems with the power of 150kW each are installed.

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