Energy Systems Group

 

 

Energy Supply & Distributions

Energy Supply & Distribution

West Side Energy Center

West Side Energy Center

From municipal water and wastewater utilities to cities, universities, hospitals, and industrial manufacturers, Energy Systems Group (ESG) provides advanced energy and infrastructure improvement solutions that increase efficiency, reduce costs, and promote sustainability. Our team brings industry-leading expertise in energy savings performance contracting, engineering, design, construction, and operations & maintenance solutions.

 

ESG provides on-site power and distributed energy solutions, including turnkey design, construction, operation or rehabilitation of central plants that serve as independent power generation facilities with revenue potential for their owners.

 

 

North Chicago Energy Center

North Chicago Energy Center

Central Utility Plants

Combined Heat and Power/Cogeneration

Combined heat and power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, is the simultaneous production of electricity and heat from a single fuel source, such as: natural gas, biomass, biogas, coal, waste heat, or oil. Cogeneration is not a single technology, but an integrated energy system that can be modified depending upon the needs of the energy end user.

 

CHP provides:

  • Onsite generation of electrical and/or mechanical power
  • Waste-heat recovery for heating, cooling, dehumidification, or process applications
  • Seamless system integration for a variety of technologies, thermal applications, and fuel types into existing building infrastructure
  • The two most common Combined heat and power system configurations are: Gas turbine or engine with heat recovery unit and Steam boiler with steam turbine

 

Fort Detrick Central Utility Plant

Fort Detrick Central Utility Plant

Gas Turbines (GT) Projects

 

 

Pecan Row Landfill Gas Facility

Pecan Row Landfill Gas Facility

Distributed Generation

ESG helps customers generate heat or electrical power to operate their plants, sending the surplus electrical power back into the power grid or sharing excess heat via a distributed heating grid.

 

Natural Gas

 

Renewable Power

 

 

Decentralization

Decentralizing central heat plants can help reduce energy costs by eliminating distribution pipe heat losses and inefficient heat exchangers, and enhancing plant security, resiliency, and infrastructure capabilities.

Project Profiles

North Chicago Energy Center

North Chicago, Illinois

 

West Side Energy Center

Chicago, Illinois

 

Fort Detrick Central Utility Plant

Fort Detrick, Maryland

 

James B. Shepherd Central Utility Plant

Atlanta, Georgia

 

Mountain Home Energy Center

Johnson City, Tennessee

 

Picatinny Arsenal Central Heating Plant

Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey

 

Pecan Row Landfill Gas Facility

Valdosta, Georgia

 

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany

Albany, Georgia

 

Dairyland Farms Anaerobic Digester

New Franken, Wisconsin

 

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Florida

 

Naval Station Great Lakes

Great Lakes, Illinois

 

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