Installing CHP Equipment Allaying Boards' Concerns

How do you allay boards' concerns about installing CHP equipment?
Contained heat and power (CHP) systems are one way for multifamily buildings to reduce both their carbon footprint and their operating costs, but many boards (and residents as well) have concerns about the expense and process of installing new equipment. In this quick clip, a CHP pro discusses how such systems function, and often offer a very appealing ROI.

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