Central plants typically utilize four major components including: energy sources; systems to convert the energy sources to thermal energy, (chilled and hot water); transmission and distribution systems; and an end-use component such as individual buildings redistributing heating/cooling agents within the building to provide thermal comfort and ventilation. Central plant systems are often used in campus environments to serve multiple buildings with heating and/or cooling agents from a central plant source.

Euro Green Energy has the capability to design and construct a central plant or cogeneration system providing power, heat and/or cooling to a building, or a small-scale plant that produces electricity, gas, heat or cooling from renewable sources of energy.



Upgrades to boilers, chillers and steam traps helped contribute to annual energy savings of more than $1,500,000.

Arizona State University

Euro Green Energy designed and built an 8 MW combined heat and power facility as part of central plant upgrades engineered to support future campus expansion.

Elmendorf Air Force Base

Connecting a local supply of natural gas to a new central plant saved more than 1 million MMBtu annually.


Building a Renewable Airport

View of solar panels on top of Minneapolis-St. Pauil International Airport with superimposed video play button

CNN looks at the technology behind the solar installation at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. (Video opens in new window.)

Solar Panels + LED Lighting = Near-Zero Energy Consumption

Airport Improvement magazine looks at how solar panels and LED lighting combine to provide near-zero energy consumption at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s parking facilities.