The installation is still being completed, but the CHP unit will be able to supply heat to the main complex of swimming pools, slides and other water attractions. The waterpark is partly owned by a municipal administration for which the energy savings and CO emissions 2are very important and Shentongroup played a crucial role in elaborating a common analysis of potential savings resulting from the installation of this CHP unit. The key aspect of deciding whether to install the Tedom CHP unit was its high electrical efficiency that maximizes energy savings. The project should be completed in the spring of 2013 to be ready for the reopening of the waterpark in the summer season.
Shentongroup (a TEDOM distributor for the Great Britain) supplied a CHP unit with a sound enclosure for Sandcastle Waterpark in Blackpool, the largest indoor waterpark in Great Britain.