- Reduced energy bills
- Decreased carbon emissions
- Affordable purchase price
- Easy installation
- Minimal service and maintenance
- Noise-free and discreet
Reduced electricity and heating bills for families and small businesses
For many, heating, hot water and electricity are major expenses. Small-scale combined heat
and power (CHP) systems, known as micro-CHP, can cut these costs. With a micro-CHP system,
households and small businesses generate their own electricity as a by-product of heat
production. It’s energy efficient, and reduces dependence on electricity utilities – leading to big
savings in costs and carbon emissions.
EnerTwin is a micro-CHP unit from MTT. It uses proven, low-maintenance technology to give
households and small businesses a cheaper, smaller and quieter alternative to other CHP models
on the market and to existing conventional boilers.
The EnerTwin is a micro-CHP system where a boiler and a small power plant are combined in a
single robust device. The core of the EnerTwin is a micro gas turbine that drives a generator and
can produce up to 3kW of electrical power and 15 kW of thermal power for heating and hot water.
The EnerTwin can be installed in family homes and offices with a natural gas, propane, heating oil or biogas supply. It can be used as a stand-alone system, or in combination with tanks and boilers.
Multiple EnerTwin systems can be installed together, making it suitable for use in a wide variety of situations.
The EnerTwin is available from energy suppliers and certified dealers who tailor and support each
unit to meet the specific needs of customers.
Project finished in 2015
- Prototype development and testing: Dec 2012
- Start of field testing: January 2013
- End of field testing: June 2015
- New combustion solution demonstrated: Dec 2015
- New recuperator solution demonstrated: Dec 2015
- Improved electrical conversion solution demonstrated: Dec 2015
Project Coordination and Management