Cogeneration/CHP

Cogeneration, also known as Combined Heat & Power (CHP), is an inherently high-efficiency family of technologies to use fossil or renewable fuels to supply energy locally. Heat, power and cooling energy can be supplied to users ranging from individual homes up to large industrial sites and even areas of cities.

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Association for Decentralized Energy

Demand side response could remove 9.8 GW from grid

19/07/2016

The UK could save billions in energy costs through businesses more effectivel...

Minnesota Flint Hills oil refinery

Minnesota oil refinery opts for $150m CHP plant

19/07/2016

One of the largest oil refineries in the US Midwest is set to benefit from th...

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Agreement to build Welsh biomass CHP plant

19/07/2016

Engie has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with British invest...

CHP district heating consortium starts work in UK

19/07/2016

A new project to design, build and operate combined heat and power-based dist...

UAE district cooling firm targets Saudi Arabia

18/07/2016

UAE-based district cooling firm DC Pro Engineering and the Saudi Technol...

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EU decentralized energy systems exposed to hackers

18/07/2016

Combined heat and power plants and district energy schemes are being left wid...

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Chocolate ice cream heating homes

15/07/2016

A Yorkshire ice cream manufacturer is using the by-products of its business t...

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ADE head of policy proclaims value of district heating

15/07/2016

The potential of district heating to contribute to the UK’s overall energy fu...

Pizolli benefiting from AB CHP expertise

14/07/2016

Pizzoli SpA, a leading Italian potato processor, has chosen cogeneration spec...

Historic New York building to upgrade with CHP

14/07/2016

A national historic landmark in New York City is to be upgraded with a c...

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