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Cogeneration of Heat & Power for Commercial and Industrial Use

Save on your energy bills and reduce your carbon emissions with a Telgen combined heat and power solution. Efficient. Cleaner. Reliable.

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Why Cogeneration?


Combined Heat and Power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, is the concurrent production of electricity and thermal energy. Unlike centralized power generation, a variety of fuel sources can be used to generate electricity at or near the point of consumption – behind the utility meter.


Thermal energy that would normally be lost or wasted in the power generation process is retained and used for heating or cooling.

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Cogeneration vs. Utility Power


Savings on Utility Bills


More Fuel Efficient


Fewer CO2 Emissions

Cogeneration produces 60% fewer emissions and is up to 40% more fuel efficient than conventional energy production—saving you an average of 10% on your utility bills.

What We Provide


We source, finance, and own the cogeneration equipment. We buy top quality generators and parts to ensure maximum efficiency and output.


We optimize system design and oversee construction, permitting, and the interconnection process, enabling us to deliver a turnkey solution. We work closely with the manufacturer, utility, and regulators to minimize the time required of each customer to achieve successful installation.


Once the equipment is installed, we take full responsibility for all routine maintenance and any necessary repairs. We work with a team of licensed technicians to keep the cogeneration unit online and productive.


We remotely monitor and control the equipment through a custom-designed software program. Our cogeneration units are constantly producing usage data, which we consume and visualize. From this data we are able to efficiently review, invoice, and report savings to the customer.

Leadership Team


Kyle Robinson



Kyle has an engineering degree from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and is also a graduate of the Indiana University School of Law. Having worked previously in both commercial real estate and tech startups, Kyle enjoys bringing both worlds together to achieve fast growth in traditional businesses, like energy. Kyle and his family live, work, and attend school in downtown Indianapolis.

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