Power Engineering magazine named the Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) Eight Flags Energy Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant “Best CHP Project of the Year.”
The Eight Flags Energy CHP plant is powered by natural gas, highly-regarded as one of the cleanest, safest and most efficient energy options. The plant operates on natural gas provided by Florida Public Utilities Company (FPU) and Peninsula Pipeline Company, two subsidiaries of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, and produces three energy outputs: electricity, steam and heated water.
Most importantly, we would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the team. Everyone has turned to and provided exceptional results right thru the holidays to keep the project moving ahead. This is a great group. The collaboration on the substation, for example, is the posterchild for how design build projects save time and add value in our client’s interest. No one of us could have achieved the cost effective result in the short time we had without this open dialogue and responsiveness.
Parker Hadlock, General Manager – Wind Energy Services