The U.S. DOE Southeast CHP Technical Assistance Partnership publishes and reprints materials to further the understanding of combined heat and power, waste heat recovery, and district energy. Don't see what you're looking for? Have a question? Contact Us.
|U.S. DOE Southeast CHP Technical Assistance Partnership
||We offer free site qualifications, feasibility analyses, and technical assistance to help determine if CHP, waste heat recovery, or district energy is a good fit for your site, both technically and financially. (For businesses outside of the southeast region, contact the center in your region.)
|Boiler MACT Technical Assistance (provided by DOE CHP TAPs)
||The DOE is offering technical assistance to the more than 650 facilities across the U.S. affected by Boiler MACT air pollution standards, to ensure that major sources burning coceacal or oil have information on cost-effective clean energy strategies for compliance, including CHP. Technical assistance includes site visits to discuss and assess strategies, as well as info on funding and financing opportunities for CHP, boiler tune-ups, and/or energy assessments.
|Energy Efficient Cooling Information Service Webinar Series. Integrating Absorption chilling with CHP.
||Dec 13, 2012
|Heat Is Power Annual Meeting. U.S.DOE Regional Clean Energy Application Centers, and Intermountain waste heat to power activities.
||Aug 14, 2012
|University of Wyoming Sustainability Lecture Series. All about CHP: the how and the why
||Mar 28, 2012
|Arizona Recycled Energy in Action. Basics, benefits, and status of CHP in Arizona, and how we can help.
||Jan 26, 2012
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||Natural Resources Canada
||Popular, free, thorough, and user-friendly analysis tool for evaluating the economic and technical viability of CHP, biomass, energy efficiency, and renewable projects, adding in as much project-specific detail as you'd like.
|EPA CHP Spark Spread Estimator
||EPA CHP Partnership
||An Excel tool to easily evaluate a prospective CHP system for its potential economic feasibility.
|EPA CHP Emissions and Fuel Savings Calculator
||EPA CHP Partnership
||Estimate the potential fuel savings from a CHP project, as well as reductions in CO2, methane, NOx, and SOx, based on region-specific data.
|Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency
||North Carolina Solar Center and Interstate Renewable Energy Council
||Comprehensive listing of incentives available for CHP, renewables, and efficiency, searchable by technology, state, and more.
|National Project Profile Database
||U.S. DOE CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships, DOE EERE
||Comprehensive source of 2-page Project Profiles on over 120 successful CHP projects, put together by the U.S. DOE Regional Clean Energy Application Centers, and searchable by market sector, NAICS, state, technology type, system size (MW), fuel type, thermal energy use, year installed, or any combination.
|Combined Heat and Power Installation Database
||A list of all known CHP systems in the U.S. searchable by state.
|EPA CHP Funding Database
||EPA CHP Partnership
||List of incentives and other funding sources for CHP projects in the U.S.
|U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Advanced Manufacturing Office
||Sponsor of the seven CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships in addition to funding technical research and market development to further CHP
|U.S. EPA CHP Partnership
||Education and technical assistance to help end users "take the next step" on CHP projects, plus state and utility policy support and awards for CHP Champions
|U.S. Clean Heat and Power Association (USCHPA)
||National trade association representing clean heat and power equipment manufacturers, project developers, and other stakeholders for advocacy and national policy reform
|International District Energy Association (IDEA)
||Nonprofit trade association facilitating the exchange of information among district energy professionals
|American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
||Non-profit organization advancing energy efficiency (including CHP) through technical and policy info, reports, conferences, and direct policy work
|World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE)
||Accelerates the worldwide development of high efficiency CHP, onsite power, and decentralized renewable energy systems through market intelligence, research, and education; also provides editorial content and research for Cogeneration and Onsite Power Production magazine
|Heat Is Power
||Collaboration of various business interests to raise the profile of waste heat as a clean and renewable energy supply
|Cogeneration and Onsite Power Production Magazine (COSPP)
||A free magazine featuring CHP and local energy market updates, technology developments, market intelligence, case studies, and editorials
|Distributed Energy Magazine
||A free magazine focusing on CHP issues, technologies, applications, and case studies
Note: Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement.
- * The project developers marked with an asterisk will also own and operate a CHP system on behalf of a customer.
- Many of the equipment manufacturers and suppliers will also develop projects.
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- Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement.
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Cogeneration in the Southeast – EIA PlantY08
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CHP in the Southeast – EIA 923
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District Energy in the Southeast – IDEA Database
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