|Combined Heat and Power and District Heating|
McLellan is committed to working with energy providers and users to reduce costs, deliver sustainable industry requirements and help meet our clients’ targets on reducing carbon emissions.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) integrates the production of usable heat and power (electricity), in one single, highly efficient process and has a vital role in helping to reduce carbon emissions. The development and delivery into service of a CHP project requires a significant commitment in terms of resources and multidisciplinary design expertise. Proper management of the process is important if a CHP plant is to maximise the potential benefits to the developer.
Sound and rigorous understanding of the technical, commercial and organisational issues – particularly relating to the CHP and District Heating (DH) technology and end-user requirements – is key to a successful investment.
McLellan provides multi-disciplinary, professional engineering services to heavy industry, light industry and commercial facilities, power, manufacturing, education, ports and insurance sectors. Our capabilities include planning, design and project management of renewable and low carbon energy schemes.
We have extensive experience in strategy and planning, finance, commercial arrangements, engineering and the delivery of power generation projects – in particular with respect to CHP and DH schemes.
McLellan was responsible for designing the Woking Town Centre CHP station, which is one of the first commercially operating energy stations of its kind in the country. Our in-depth experience enables us to identify and develop the key aspects of a CHP & DH scheme including: