Economic Variables of microCHP

There are many factors to consider when trying to work out the economic viability of a micro combined heat and power boiler, such as the FIT / Generation tariff, possible maintenance costs (outside of the warranty period), inflation over the investment period, your use of the system and its output, the current and future price of gas and electricity and your property's varying seasonal energy requirements etc. With all factors considered and as an overarching principal, what current 'available' microCHP boilers do for you is lower the price you are paying for a unit of gas. It is by increasing the efficiency of the combustion process and by creating electricity with heat as a by-product that makes the microCHP co-generation process so successful.

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