Cogenpac modules offer solution to environmental problem of energy supply.

Increase in the presence of CO2

It is no secret that the production and consumption of energy has a negative impact on the environment. Besides producing waste, discharging oil and destroying the environment and ecosystems, it increases the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere, contributing to climate change and rising temperatures. And the world's ever-increasing need for energy further reinforces this trend.

But what explains the increase in CO2?

Fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal) are the most commonly used fuels to meet energy needs. The heat released during their combustion is converted into energy. During this process, the carbon in the fuels reacts with oxygen. This releases CO2, which is released into the atmosphere along with other pollutant gases and affects air quality.

Avec les modules Cogenpac, les rejets de CO2 sont réduits de jusqu’à 80%

Today you use

CO2 emissions reduced by...

Natural Gas






Contact us for a tailor-made simulation!

How we managed to drastically reduce CO2 emissions?

A mix of fossil and renewable energy

A mix of fossil and renewable energy

The increasing scarcity of fossil fuels and their impact on the environment necessitate the use of renewable energy sources. Unlike fossil fuels, these sources are regenerated at least as fast as they are used.

Cogenpac modules are powered by natural gas, propane or biopropane, but can also be integrated in perfect synergy with an existing system, whether photovoltaic, solar, geothermal or other heat production system.

Green technologies

Green technologies

The heat pumps in the modules extract calories from the environment (water, air, soil, etc.) and release them in the form of heat. The principle of cogeneration is that electricity and heat are produced simultaneously from the same energy source: part of the heat produced is used to produce electricity, while the heat energy released is itself used directly.

The idea behind the construction of the modules is to optimise the efficiency of energy production (electrical and thermal) while minimising losses.