How does Enexor’s Bio-CHP™ generate electricity?

The Bio-CHP™ system is different from other bioenergy technologies in that it does not use gasification as a means of power generation. Instead, Bio-CHP™ units use a patented combustion process that breaks down material at a molecular level, leaving only the inorganic elements to be collected as ash. Enexor’s organic waste fuel supplies do not […]

What is CHP?

CHP, or Combined Heat and Power, is typically a form of onsite DG that recovers waste heat from the electricity generation process to improve efficiency. Efficiency is improved by utilizing the waste heat for thermal applications offsetting the fuel consumption that would otherwise be needed. Most CHP systems will generate electricity from sources like natural […]

What is Bioenergy?

Bioenergy is a form of renewable energy produced from materials derived from biological sources – also known as organic waste. Organic waste is any material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy. Some of these sources include wood, straw, hemp, sugarcane, and seaweed. Enexor uses a mix of organic waste known as […]

What is Distributed Generation?

Distributed generation (“DG”), also distributed energy, on-site generation (“OSG”) or district/decentralized energy is electrical generation and storage performed by a variety of small, grid-connected, or stand alone (non grid connected), or distribution system-connected devices referred to as distributed energy resources (“DER”). DG is common among larger energy consumers who have a central plant connecting all […]

What is Net Metering?

Many utility companies have a net metering policy which allows customers who generate electricity onsite to offset their excess generation with peak consumption. Think of it like a virtual battery. Any “extra” electricity generated is fed into the grid through a bi-directional meter. The energy fed into the grid is credited to your account, and […]