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DG utilizes small-scale electric generation technologies located near the electricity point-of-use. Many DG systems can be utilized in CHP applications, in which waste heat from the generator unit is used to supply local heating, cooling, or other services. This provides improved energy efficiency, reduced energy costs, and reduced use of natural resources. Current and developing DG technologies include MTGs, IC generators, small turbines, and Stirling engines.

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