Cogeneration System for Residential Use

Residential cogeneration systems use the heat produced during electrical generation to heat water and living spaces to achieve more efficient energy use.
Two types of cogeneration systems for residential use are available: The fuel cell cogeneration system for residential use is equipped with SOFC (solid oxide fuel cells) for highly efficient power generation performance. The gas engine cogeneration system for residential use, designed for colder regions, makes efficient use of the heat produced by the power generating gas engine to heat living spaces.

Gas Heat Pump Air-conditioner

Aisin Seiki gas heat pump air conditioning systems run on a clean energy source and use the new 100% non-ozone destructive refregerant, R410A.
As a decentralized energy source, gas helps reduce peak power demand in summer.

Peltier Modules

Peltier modules enable to achieve cooling and heating in a microscopic space and precise temperature control by sending electricity to thermoelectric semiconductors.