Prendergast Projects are the Energy Masterplanning specialists.

Prendergast Projects Services

Prendergast Projects provides the following Energy Masterplanning services for Precinct Trigeneration and District Energy Projects:

  • Feasibility and Business Case Development Advisory
  • Project Development and Delivery
  • Bid and Tender Process Management
  • Technical Advisory for Thermal Networks

Prendergast Projects Capability

Prendergast Projects specialises in district energy and precinct scale co/trigeneration and have performed project delivery, feasibility and implementation plan roles for many of Melbourne and Sydney’s precinct trigeneration projects. We also specialise in managing bid processes seeking the best model that suits the client, analysing business models and preparing internal documentation and justification for investment.

Prendergast Projects have now provided consulting services to 4 of Australia’s largest Precinct Energy projects. We combine a detailed level understand of engineering, regulation and commercial issues relating to low carbon energy with experience of delivering precinct energy projects.

Precinct Trigeneration and District Energy

Trigeneration is the simultaneous production of electricity, heating and cooling using gas fired generation, heat recovery and absorption chillers. It is commonly 2-3 times more efficient than coal fired energy production.

The provision of cogeneration and trigeneration in commercial buildings has become popular for tenants and building owners and developers wishing to reduce the carbon emissions and improve their buildings NABERS or green star rating. Precinct Trigeneration sees a central generator of electricity, heating and cooling supply these services to several buildings via a thermal pipe network. District Energy sees several suppliers into an independently owned thermal network, often making the most of waste heat from sources in addition to electricity generation, like industrial processes and municipal waste facilities.

The benefits of district energy sees improved energy efficiency, reduced carbon emissions and long term reduced energy costs.

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