Webinar - Jul 31, 2014

CA Energy Commission and DOE Pacific CHP TAP for WWTP Webinar
Jul 31, 2014 at 10:00 AM PDT 

The webinar addressed current opportunities and challenges for combined heat and power (CHP) in wastewater treatment plants in California. 

The webinar addressed the following subjects:

  • SCAQMD 1110.2 CHP solutions
  • Codigestion
  • Demand Response with CHP
  • Financial Incentives for CHP projects
  • U.S. DOE Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnership services

           Target audience for this webinar: 

  • Senior and middle management responsible for capital projects, energy and environmental goals
  • Engineers and vendors working on CHP projects that include fuel cells, IC engines, turbines and micro turbines

The webinar is now over. We will be posting a link to the presentation slides within the next two business days.

In the meantime, if you have questions please contact Gene Kogan, Pacific TAP Assistant Director, at (858) 633-8561 or gene.kogan@energycenter.org.

CHP: A Clean Energy Solution

Worth the read: This clear, readable, engaging paper explains the what, why, and how of CHP, provides a foundation for national discussions on effective ways to reach our 40 GW target, and includes an overview of the key issues currently impacting CHP deployment and the factors that need to be considered by stakeholders participating in the dialogue.

What is CHP?

​Combined heat and Power (CHP) is a better solution for our country's energy supply, economy, and environment. CHP is an advanced and highly- efficient approach to generating electric power and useful thermal energy from a single fuel right at the point of use. Every CHP application involves recovering otherwise-wasted thermal energy and putting it to use for heating, cooling, process thermal energy, or electricity. CHP already supplies over 10% of our nation's electricity, and can and should supply more.

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Are you considering a CHP project? We offer complimentary screenings, technical assistance, and expert advice to help determine if CHP is a good fit for your site, technically and financially. Contact Us to set up a screening or ask us a question.

We also offer technical assistance for facilities facing new Boiler MACT requirements, including site visits to discuss and assess strategies, help on running the numbers, and info on funding and financing.

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Who's Using CHP?

CHP already accounts for nearly 10 percent of our nation's energy - numbering over 4,000 local, clean, and efficient systems and counting - and we have the potential for far more. See our project profiles of 100+ individual CHP systems, illustrating the diversity, benefits, operating conditions, equipment configurations, and lessons learned from these sites.


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CHP Quick Tips

The Walk-Through Checklist helps you collect information that your U.S. DOE CHP Technical Assistance Partnership will need to determine if CHP is right for your facility.

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Good Reads

Get up to speed on the latest CHP trends by reading these recent papers about CHP benefits, technologies, policies, status, emerging ideas, and more.

* The papers here are not necessarily endorsed by the U.S. DOE and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. DOE.