Culver Academy is a college prep residential high school located in rural Indiana. To combat rising energy costs, update its boiler system, and provide greater reliability in its electrical generation, Culver Academy installed a cogeneration system. The 1.1 MW system consists of two 525 kW Waukesha natural gas fired engines that are capable of producing 5,200 Submitlbs./hr of low-pressure steam. Steam is used for campus heating in the winter and for a 400 ton absorption chiller in the cooling season. The system is designed for parallel and stand alone operation.