Micro Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system

TGB overview

Samad Power’s micro CHP boiler is designed to generate all of the heating, hot water and electricity needed by a typical UK home.
Our unique micro turbine technology enables the product to match daily and seasonal energy demands all year round, substantially reducing the need to buy electricity from the main power grid.

Our Turbo Green Boiler (TGB) offers an efficient micro Combined Heat and Power system.

A home would typically use a boiler to meet its heating and hot water needs, and it would use electricity generated by a central power station and transmitted through the main grid. Central generation wastes a significant proportion of the energy it creates, through heat losses in the power station and in the transmission and distribution network. Samad Power’s CHP product avoids these losses, and captures the heat for use within the home.

This efficiency can save the consumer around 25% of total energy costs, and reduces each home’s CO2 emission by up to 2.5 tonnes per annum in the UK.

How it works

With a core gas turbine engine, the Turbo Green Boiler presents a micro Combined Heat and Power system with benefits in efficiency, reliability, maintenance costs, and life over conventional systems and other micro CHP technologies.

  • The hot gas flow from the engine is delivered to a boiler, converted to useful heat.
  • Available shaft power is transformed into electricity through a generator.
  • When the micro CHP is generating heat, the internal engine or fuel cell will also generate electricity that can be used in your home or exported to the grid.

The first application of this product is for any 2 to 5 bedroom house that uses natural gas as the heat source.

TGB has been designed to ensure the money invested by the home owner is returned within 4 years.

First technology demonstration for the integrated system


Samad Power’s CHP product is designed to replace a normal boiler, using the same connections and with similar installation and maintenance requirements. The unit is wall mountable and does not require a separate boiler, maximizing its market potential.

Produce savings

The key advantage of TGB is its capability for nearly full utilization of the available energy in the fuel.

TGB offers high fuel savings- hence great benefit for the environment.

Compared to the current boilers, the TGB boiler can save up to 25% of the energy bill. Furthermore Samad Power’s system is up to 85% more efficient than current systems and only produces 4.5 tonnes of CO2.

Financial benefits

The approximate 25% cost saving in energy bills and the potential cash return through the Feed-In Tariffs are undoubtedly presenting a unique benefit to the potential users.

The TGB can generate, in average, £600 cash per annum for a typical UK household (when the excess electricity is fed back into the grid, this figure might increase up to £900).


Generate electricity

Besides the generation of heat, the Turbo Green Boiler is also able to generate electricity that can be used for the home. The electricity that is not used can be sold to the grid to generate financial income.




The installation of the Turbo Green boiler is very easy. The replacement of existing boiler with TGB is also a smooth task.  The use of TGB  is very straight forward due to its automatic operation.



Based on our research of the technical performance of current micro CHP systems, approximately 14.5 million UK households would potentially benefit from the close-to-market micro turbine engine based CHP units of 1-5 kWh capacity.

The actual market potential and projected market penetration of our TGB is ultimately defined by the number of houses in which economic viability can be achieved.

Free CHP Registration Form

Samad Power is planning to provide free domestic micro chp to some of the customers from different countries subject to availability and terms and conditions.
If you are interested to be part of this, please register your interest.