January 27th: CHP and its Role in Decarbonization

By Executive Director   |  January 12, 2022

CHP and its Role in Decarbonization

January 27th, 2022 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Join a panel of distinguished experts and industry leaders to help shape the priorities and activities for NECHPI in 2022. We have an excellent panel of experts to provide perspectives on the national and regional trends for CHP, as well as CHP’s potential to utilize low and no-carbon fuels to fill roles in long-term decarbonization plans. We will also discuss how to distinguish the societal and environmental benefits of CHP now, in order to create a pathway for its role in a zero-carbon world.

AGENDA:

10:00 am Opening Remarks Setting the Stage

John Moynihan, Chair at NECHPI

John Rathbun, Executive Director at NECHPI

10:05 am Regional and National Policy Update

10:15 am Exploring Hydrogen Potential in Northern New York Via Pilot and Use Cases

Trish Walker, Director in Business Development for the East Region, Liberty Utilities

10:35 am The Role of Renewable Natural Gas to Decarbonize CHP

Matt Wolfe, Managing Partner, Next Grid Markets, LLC.

10:50 am What is a DEFR, and is CHP one? (Distributed Emissions Free Resources 101)

Michael Swider, Senior Market Design Specialist, New York Independent System Operator, Inc.

11:05 am Break

11:15 am Virtual Town Hall: 2022 Priorities

John Moynihan, Chair at NECHPI

John Rathbun, Executive Director at NECHPI

Distinguished experts, industry leaders, and key policymakers will engage in moderated discussion designed to shape the priorities and activities for NECHPI in 2022.

12:00 pm Closing Remarks

John Rathbun, Executive Director at NECHPI

As always entry is free for NECHPI members – please contact executivedirector@nechpi.org.