A 2006 study of CHP potential in Massachusetts determined that the technical potential for CHP is greater than 4,700 MW at 18,500 sites throughout the state. Of these, the greatest opportunities will be found in commercial and institutional buildings, particularly office buildings, and in the relatively small size range of 50 to [...]
“Investing in combined heat and power technology will help keep our electric grid reliable and efficient, and make our businesses more competitive,” said Governor Cuomo. “In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, we have learned the value and importance of having clean-energy technologies like CHP in place that will keep the lights on and systems running for our residents and businesses.”
The Northeast Clean Heat and Power Initiative would like to invite you to attend an event at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources on March 21st.
In an attempt to win the moniker of “Greenest Olympics Ever,” and, you know, generally to right by the environment, the London games have pledged to send zero—yes, zero—waste to landfills. To achieve this rather lofty eco-goal, all packaging used to put on the games will be [...]
Presentations from the NYSERDA CHP Conference in NYC on June 20-22, 2012 have now been posted to the NECHPI Presentations page.
- Bring on the boom times - Power Engineering International May 22, 2013
- New York supports CHP to aid grid resilience - Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production Magazine (blog) May 22, 2013
- International retailer to install CHP in German and Russia stores - Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production Magazine May 20, 2013
- Asian Development Bank considers CHP projects - Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production Magazine May 14, 2013
- Key parliamentary committee to examine potential scope for CHP - Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production Magazine May 13, 2013
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