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Methane limits could be COP26's real legacy

Methane limits could be COP26's real legacy

Axios
Jan 28, 2022
On Tuesday February 1, leaders of more than 90 countries will sign the U.S. and E.U.-sponsored Global Methane Pledge, which is designed to cut emissions of the powerful but short-lived planet-warming gas. ...
News
We can make money with an idle CHP; what could be better?

We can make money with an idle CHP; what could be better?

Horti-Daily
Jan 28, 2022
The Dutch energy firm, AgroEnergy, has introduced an emergency power 'flexpool' to Dutch growers. This offers growers additional opportunities in the emergency energy market. They can offer CHP capacity for a few hours a day. This flexibility persuaded cucumber grower Jaco den Bakker to participate. "Now we can maximize the CHP's potential," he explains on the energy collective's website. ...
News
Georgia Tech Research: CHP as a Platform for Clean Energy Systems

Georgia Tech Research: CHP as a Platform for Clean Energy Systems

Georgia Tech
Jan 24, 2022
The state of Georgia could dramatically reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, while creating new jobs and a healthier public, if more of its energy-intensive industries and commercial buildings were to utilize combined heat and power (CHP), according to the latest research from Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy. ...
News
Using CHP to improve efficiency and reduce emissions

Using CHP to improve efficiency and reduce emissions

Electrical Business
Jan 24, 2022
Combined heat & power is starting to gain some new attention in the power generation industry. Also known as co-generation (cogen, for short), CHP is actually not new; in fact, it is one of the oldest, energy-efficient power solutions, operating during a time when plants generated their own electricity using coal-fired boilers and steam-turbine generators. ...
News
Can green hydrogen compete on cost?

Can green hydrogen compete on cost?

Wood Mackenzie Research Report
Jan 24, 2022
The hydrogen boom is well underway, but not all hydrogen is created equal. A spectrum of hydrogen colors are in play – but the real gamechanger will come when low-carbon green hydrogen costs become competitive in major markets.
We explored the economics of green, grey, brown and blue hydrogen in Hydrogen costs to 2050: getting ready to scale. Fill in the form for a complimentary extract and read on for an introduction. ...
News
Enbridge hydrogen blending project now operational

Enbridge hydrogen blending project now operational

DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE
Jan 22, 2022
Enbridge Gas Inc. and project partner Cummins Inc. said that North America’s first hydrogen blending initiative is fully operational and serving the city of Markham, Canada.
Enbridge Gas now has the capacity to deliver blended gas, clean hydrogen injected into the natural gas distribution network to reduce the fuel’s carbon footprint, to about 3600 customers in Markham. ...
News
PG&E partners with Maas, California Energy Exchange to turn cattle waste into RNG

PG&E partners with Maas, California Energy Exchange to turn cattle waste into RNG

Daily Energy Insider
Jan 18, 2022
Under a new partnership between Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), Maas Energy Works, and California Energy Exchange (CEE), manure from thousands of California’s cows will be converted into renewable natural gas (RNG). This biomethane gas will provide another source of renewable energy for PG&E customers, aid the state’s greenhouse gas reduction goals, and offer dairy farmers a new economic option. It works by capturing methane at the source, drawing from dairy farms, and utilizing anaerobic digestion to make pipeline-ready RNG for transportation to PG&E’s gas system via CEE’s pipeline. Currently, this project is focused on Merced County, with funding from the California Public Utilities Commission’s Dairy Biomethane Pilot Program. ...
News
DOE Announces $420 Million to Advance Clean Energy Breakthroughs at Energy Research Centers

DOE Announces $420 Million to Advance Clean Energy Breakthroughs at Energy Research Centers

U.S. DOE
Jan 18, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a $420 million funding opportunity for DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRC). This funding will advance climate solutions through early-stage research on clean energy technology, advanced and low-carbon manufacturing, and quantum information science. Breakthroughs in basic research will be key to creating the climate solutions that will help achieve President Biden’s goal of a zero-emission economy by 2050. ...
News
DOE LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVE TO MODERNIZE NATIONAL GRID

DOE LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVE TO MODERNIZE NATIONAL GRID

U.S. DOE
Jan 18, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today launched the “Building a Better Grid” Initiative to catalyze the nationwide development of new and upgraded high-capacity electric transmission lines, as enabled by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Building a Better Grid will work with community and industry stakeholders to identify national transmission needs and support the buildout of long-distance, high voltage transmission facilities that are critical to reaching President Biden’s goal of 100% clean electricity by 2035 and a zero emissions economy by 2050. This program will make the U.S. power grid more resilient to the impacts of climate change, increase access to affordable and reliable clean energy, and create good-paying American jobs across industry sectors – boosting transmission jobs which employs over one million workers across the country. ...
News
Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 trillion spend

Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 trillion spend

Rethink Energy
Jan 18, 2022
Hydrogen’s worldwide economic explosion will prompt one of the largest shakedowns in energy history and will provide a last-gasp opportunity to decarbonize 25% of all energy consumption. As more taxation is applied to carbon emissions, the rise in hydrogen production capacity will see it become the most cost-effective means of energy supply to sectors in all corners of demand. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Event
The 10th Annual SEI Energy Briefing

The 10th Annual SEI Energy Briefing

SEI
February 1, 2022, 8:30 to10:00 am ET
Leaders in the energy field will review current and future energy trends and provide an insider’s overview of the regional and national 2022 energy landscape. ...
Upcoming Event
Sustainability in Indoor Ag: Where Are We Headed Next?

Sustainability in Indoor Ag: Where Are We Headed Next?

Agritecture
Feb 2, 2022
Hosts Kylie Horomia, Head of Industry Transformation at WayBeyond, and Ricky Stephens, Director of Digital Strategy at Agritecture, will chat with speakers who can offer specific ideas, insights, and solutions to some of the challenges uncovered related to sustainability, including:

- Understanding what metrics to track and how to track them
- High energy consumption, especially amongst vertical farms
- Sourcing energy from the grid
- Reliance on plastic packaging in the industry
- General greenwashing...
Upcoming Event
AESP Annual Conference & Exhibition

AESP Annual Conference & Exhibition

AESP
Feb 7 to 10, 2022
We are back in person and better than ever! Join program managers, marketers, implements, and other clean energy and efficiency experts who are ready to converge on tomorrow's challenges. ...
Upcoming Event
CampusEnergy 2022

CampusEnergy 2022

IDEA
February 15-18, 2022
CampusEnergy2022, Leading the Way, will convene in Boston, MA, to be jointly hosted by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who will share insights and experiences in constructing new campus energy facilities. Greater Boston is home to dozens of innovative district energy systems and IDEA members serving healthcare, research, airports, bases, industry and communities. Hundreds of industry peers will gather to share practical, real world experience and proven solutions in a collegial and inviting setting. ...
Upcoming Event
2022 Federal Market Workshop

2022 Federal Market Workshop

NAESCO
March 10, 2022, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
The Workshop will focus on the key elements, updates, changes, processes, and people involved in the vast Federal energy efficiency and infrastructure improvement market....
Upcoming Event
Electrification 2022 International Conference & Exposition

Electrification 2022 International Conference & Exposition

Alliance to Save Energy
March 14-17, 2022
Featuring leading experts and stakeholders in the efficiency community, Alliance events move us toward our goal of a more energy-efficient world through starting dynamic conversations on principal issues, launching new initiatives, and honoring champions....
Upcoming Event
2022 International Biomass Conference & Expo

2022 International Biomass Conference & Expo

BBI International
Mar 14, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022
International Biomass Conference & Expo is where future and existing producers of biobased power, fuels and thermal energy products go to network with waste generators and other industry suppliers and technology providers....
Upcoming Event
Commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental sectors from across the region

Commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental sectors from across the region

AEE
March 23-24, 2022
The Association of Energy Engineers invites you to join your peers at our events in 2022. Learn, connect with other professionals and discuss key energy issues on energy management, efficiency, automation, data analytics, policy, supply, procurement, resiliency, sustainability, and more.
Save the dates or register today and take advantage of our early bird pricing.
...
Upcoming Event
ACI’s 10th National Conference on Microgrids

ACI’s 10th National Conference on Microgrids

ACI
March 30-31, 2022
Microgrids are rapidly becoming more popular across the USA. Not only have they provided a source of reliable backup power in emergency situations, they are helping reduce costs as well as damage to the environment through renewable energy. ...
Upcoming Event
World Hydrogen North America

World Hydrogen North America

Energy Central
Apr 6 & 7, 2022
Join us to discover and debate how/if the world’s simplest, and most abundant, molecule has the potential to curb greenhouse gas emissions for good....

Combined Heat & Power

Partner News

Partner News
4.2 MW CHP system rigged into place in New York City, Times Square

4.2 MW CHP system rigged into place in New York City, Times Square

NES-WES
Jan 26, 2022
Northeast Energy Systems recently delivered another 4.2 MW CHP system that was rigged into place in New York City, Times Square. Three 1.4 MW Jenbacher gas engines provide electricity, steam and hot water improving our customer energy costs, increasing resiliency, and reducing the site's carbon footprint. Our CHP system will provide 100% backup power for the customers facility. ...
Partner News
CAPSTONE GREEN ENERGY TO PROVIDE 600 kW CHP SYSTEM TO ALABAMA HOSPITAL

CAPSTONE GREEN ENERGY TO PROVIDE 600 kW CHP SYSTEM TO ALABAMA HOSPITAL

Capstone Green Energy
Jan 24, 2022
Capstone announced that its central and southern U.S. distributor, Lone Star Power Solutions has secured a contract to provide a highly reliable and energy-efficient Combined Heat and Power (CHP) clean energy system to a major hospital in Alabama expected to be commissioned in the Spring 2022. ...
Partner News
Making Mexican farms more sustainable with biogas CHP

Making Mexican farms more sustainable with biogas CHP

2G
Jan 24, 2022
Rancho La Bien Aparecida is a dairy cattle farm and milk production plant in Mexico. Its owners installed a biogas production unit and cogeneration system to make their production and energy consumption more eco-friendly. ...
Partner News
New Canaan, CT selectmen approve a 35 kW CHP plant for Town Hall

New Canaan, CT selectmen approve a 35 kW CHP plant for Town Hall

Aegis Energy
Jan 24, 2022
After hearing on Tuesday that the town has already saved money with the implementation of combined heat and power (CHP) plants, the selectmen approved $355,025 for the installation of a CHP unit at Town Hall. “Anecdotally, we have not had to turn on the heat at the wastewater treatment facility this year, we’ve been running completely off the CHP units for heat,” ...
Partner News
MTU supplying CHP power plants for Romanian data center campus

MTU supplying CHP power plants for Romanian data center campus

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jan 22, 2022
Romanian cloud service provider ClusterPower is planning a US$43 million data center campus near the southern city of Craiova that will be powered by mtu CHP power plants. The 273 000 sq. m campus will scale to a power output of 200 MW, once all five data centers being planned come on stream in 2025, said ClusterPower. ...
Partner News
Tecogen Receives 1 Megawatt Microgrid System Order for New York City Hotel

Tecogen Receives 1 Megawatt Microgrid System Order for New York City Hotel

Tecogen
Jan 17, 2022
Tecogen Inc. is pleased to announce an order for 8 InVerde e+® units to be incorporated into a hotel in New York City. The 8 InVerde units, collectively rated to one megawatt, will supplement the existing power supply of the hotel and provide additional resiliency. The system will utilize Tecogen’s proprietary microgrid feature that simplifies synchronizing and load control, allowing the eight units to operate in unison. The units are expected to be serviced from Tecogen’s Brooklyn service facility, which already services three 400-ton Tecochill systems at the hotel. ...
Partner News
DT Farms adds 2 MW of CHP to be able to expand its greenhouse footprint in electricity constrained Ontario

DT Farms adds 2 MW of CHP to be able to expand its greenhouse footprint in electricity constrained Ontario

Siemens Energy
Jan 17, 2022
Currently in Ontario, the Leamington-Kingsville area is experiencing unprecedented growth due to the expansion of the greenhouse industry. In fact, the area is expected to quadruple in electricity demand over the next 15 years - resulting in a critical shortage of electricity supply while infrastructure upgrades are still years away from completion at best. ...
Partner News
Caterpillar extends packaged CHP systems range

Caterpillar extends packaged CHP systems range

Caterpillar
Jan 13, 2022
Caterpillar Inc. has announced that it now offers new 1.5 MW and 2.0 MW power nodes in the company’s growing line of containerized combined heat and power (CHP) systems packaged in standardized, factory-assembled solutions. The gen-sets support strategic enterprise goals by reducing total energy costs, increasing energy resiliency and driving sustainability initiatives forward. By adding options with Cat G3512H and Cat G3516H natural-gas generator sets, Caterpillar said it delivers containerized CHP solutions with power modules ranging from 1.5 to 2.5 MW that simplify the design, installation and commissioning of CHP applications while eliminating the need for outsourcing additional engineering or project management. ...
Partner News
CHP and chilled water system for indoor agriculture facility in Harrisburg, PA

CHP and chilled water system for indoor agriculture facility in Harrisburg, PA

Kinsley Energy
Jan 10, 2022
Kinsley Energy Systems is supplying a high efficiency CHP and chilled water system for the Lab Energy Cogeneration Plant. Fueled by liquified natural gas (LNG), the CHP plant will operate independently from the electric grid and serve as and the sole source of electric power and thermal energy to the facility. Kinsley is providing the CHP plant consisting of four TEDOM packaged CHP units (totaling 3.5 MW), backup boilers, high-efficiency magnetic bearing electric chillers, and closed-circuit cooling towers with associated pumping systems. With built-in redundancy, the CHP plant will reduce energy costs, cut carbon emissions, and ensure cultivation facility resiliency. The project broke ground in August 2021 with anticipated full commissioning of the cogeneration system in early 2022.

...
People on the Move
Congratulations, Emily Robertson! 2022 CHPA Governing Board Member

Congratulations, Emily Robertson! 2022 CHPA Governing Board Member

2G
Jan 6, 2022
We are excited that our very own Emily Robertson, who has been a valuable part of the 2G Team since 2016, is participating in The Combined Heat and Power Alliance CHPA as a board director. Emily has been a great asset to our team, and we are excited to support her and the efforts of the other members of CHP Alliance towards our shared goal of deploying CHP as a tool to reduce energy, emissions and to support grid reliability. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Focused News

News
Methane limits could be COP26's real legacy

Methane limits could be COP26's real legacy

Axios
Jan 28, 2022
On Tuesday February 1, leaders of more than 90 countries will sign the U.S. and E.U.-sponsored Global Methane Pledge, which is designed to cut emissions of the powerful but short-lived planet-warming gas. ...
News
We can make money with an idle CHP; what could be better?

We can make money with an idle CHP; what could be better?

Horti-Daily
Jan 28, 2022
The Dutch energy firm, AgroEnergy, has introduced an emergency power 'flexpool' to Dutch growers. This offers growers additional opportunities in the emergency energy market. They can offer CHP capacity for a few hours a day. This flexibility persuaded cucumber grower Jaco den Bakker to participate. "Now we can maximize the CHP's potential," he explains on the energy collective's website. ...
News
Georgia Tech Research: CHP as a Platform for Clean Energy Systems

Georgia Tech Research: CHP as a Platform for Clean Energy Systems

Georgia Tech
Jan 24, 2022
The state of Georgia could dramatically reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, while creating new jobs and a healthier public, if more of its energy-intensive industries and commercial buildings were to utilize combined heat and power (CHP), according to the latest research from Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy. ...
News
Using CHP to improve efficiency and reduce emissions

Using CHP to improve efficiency and reduce emissions

Electrical Business
Jan 24, 2022
Combined heat & power is starting to gain some new attention in the power generation industry. Also known as co-generation (cogen, for short), CHP is actually not new; in fact, it is one of the oldest, energy-efficient power solutions, operating during a time when plants generated their own electricity using coal-fired boilers and steam-turbine generators. ...
News
Can green hydrogen compete on cost?

Can green hydrogen compete on cost?

Wood Mackenzie Research Report
Jan 24, 2022
The hydrogen boom is well underway, but not all hydrogen is created equal. A spectrum of hydrogen colors are in play – but the real gamechanger will come when low-carbon green hydrogen costs become competitive in major markets.
We explored the economics of green, grey, brown and blue hydrogen in Hydrogen costs to 2050: getting ready to scale. Fill in the form for a complimentary extract and read on for an introduction. ...
News
Enbridge hydrogen blending project now operational

Enbridge hydrogen blending project now operational

DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE
Jan 22, 2022
Enbridge Gas Inc. and project partner Cummins Inc. said that North America’s first hydrogen blending initiative is fully operational and serving the city of Markham, Canada.
Enbridge Gas now has the capacity to deliver blended gas, clean hydrogen injected into the natural gas distribution network to reduce the fuel’s carbon footprint, to about 3600 customers in Markham. ...
News
PG&E partners with Maas, California Energy Exchange to turn cattle waste into RNG

PG&E partners with Maas, California Energy Exchange to turn cattle waste into RNG

Daily Energy Insider
Jan 18, 2022
Under a new partnership between Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), Maas Energy Works, and California Energy Exchange (CEE), manure from thousands of California’s cows will be converted into renewable natural gas (RNG). This biomethane gas will provide another source of renewable energy for PG&E customers, aid the state’s greenhouse gas reduction goals, and offer dairy farmers a new economic option. It works by capturing methane at the source, drawing from dairy farms, and utilizing anaerobic digestion to make pipeline-ready RNG for transportation to PG&E’s gas system via CEE’s pipeline. Currently, this project is focused on Merced County, with funding from the California Public Utilities Commission’s Dairy Biomethane Pilot Program. ...
News
DOE Announces $420 Million to Advance Clean Energy Breakthroughs at Energy Research Centers

DOE Announces $420 Million to Advance Clean Energy Breakthroughs at Energy Research Centers

U.S. DOE
Jan 18, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a $420 million funding opportunity for DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRC). This funding will advance climate solutions through early-stage research on clean energy technology, advanced and low-carbon manufacturing, and quantum information science. Breakthroughs in basic research will be key to creating the climate solutions that will help achieve President Biden’s goal of a zero-emission economy by 2050. ...
News
DOE LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVE TO MODERNIZE NATIONAL GRID

DOE LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVE TO MODERNIZE NATIONAL GRID

U.S. DOE
Jan 18, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today launched the “Building a Better Grid” Initiative to catalyze the nationwide development of new and upgraded high-capacity electric transmission lines, as enabled by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Building a Better Grid will work with community and industry stakeholders to identify national transmission needs and support the buildout of long-distance, high voltage transmission facilities that are critical to reaching President Biden’s goal of 100% clean electricity by 2035 and a zero emissions economy by 2050. This program will make the U.S. power grid more resilient to the impacts of climate change, increase access to affordable and reliable clean energy, and create good-paying American jobs across industry sectors – boosting transmission jobs which employs over one million workers across the country. ...
News
Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 trillion spend

Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 trillion spend

Rethink Energy
Jan 18, 2022
Hydrogen’s worldwide economic explosion will prompt one of the largest shakedowns in energy history and will provide a last-gasp opportunity to decarbonize 25% of all energy consumption. As more taxation is applied to carbon emissions, the rise in hydrogen production capacity will see it become the most cost-effective means of energy supply to sectors in all corners of demand. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Event
The 10th Annual SEI Energy Briefing

The 10th Annual SEI Energy Briefing

SEI
February 1, 2022, 8:30 to10:00 am ET
Leaders in the energy field will review current and future energy trends and provide an insider’s overview of the regional and national 2022 energy landscape. ...
Upcoming Event
Sustainability in Indoor Ag: Where Are We Headed Next?

Sustainability in Indoor Ag: Where Are We Headed Next?

Agritecture
Feb 2, 2022
Hosts Kylie Horomia, Head of Industry Transformation at WayBeyond, and Ricky Stephens, Director of Digital Strategy at Agritecture, will chat with speakers who can offer specific ideas, insights, and solutions to some of the challenges uncovered related to sustainability, including:

- Understanding what metrics to track and how to track them
- High energy consumption, especially amongst vertical farms
- Sourcing energy from the grid
- Reliance on plastic packaging in the industry
- General greenwashing...
Upcoming Event
AESP Annual Conference & Exhibition

AESP Annual Conference & Exhibition

AESP
Feb 7 to 10, 2022
We are back in person and better than ever! Join program managers, marketers, implements, and other clean energy and efficiency experts who are ready to converge on tomorrow's challenges. ...
Upcoming Event
CampusEnergy 2022

CampusEnergy 2022

IDEA
February 15-18, 2022
CampusEnergy2022, Leading the Way, will convene in Boston, MA, to be jointly hosted by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who will share insights and experiences in constructing new campus energy facilities. Greater Boston is home to dozens of innovative district energy systems and IDEA members serving healthcare, research, airports, bases, industry and communities. Hundreds of industry peers will gather to share practical, real world experience and proven solutions in a collegial and inviting setting. ...
Upcoming Event
2022 Federal Market Workshop

2022 Federal Market Workshop

NAESCO
March 10, 2022, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm ET
The Workshop will focus on the key elements, updates, changes, processes, and people involved in the vast Federal energy efficiency and infrastructure improvement market....
Upcoming Event
Electrification 2022 International Conference & Exposition

Electrification 2022 International Conference & Exposition

Alliance to Save Energy
March 14-17, 2022
Featuring leading experts and stakeholders in the efficiency community, Alliance events move us toward our goal of a more energy-efficient world through starting dynamic conversations on principal issues, launching new initiatives, and honoring champions....
Upcoming Event
2022 International Biomass Conference & Expo

2022 International Biomass Conference & Expo

BBI International
Mar 14, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022
International Biomass Conference & Expo is where future and existing producers of biobased power, fuels and thermal energy products go to network with waste generators and other industry suppliers and technology providers....
Upcoming Event
Commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental sectors from across the region

Commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental sectors from across the region

AEE
March 23-24, 2022
The Association of Energy Engineers invites you to join your peers at our events in 2022. Learn, connect with other professionals and discuss key energy issues on energy management, efficiency, automation, data analytics, policy, supply, procurement, resiliency, sustainability, and more.
Save the dates or register today and take advantage of our early bird pricing.
...
Upcoming Event
ACI’s 10th National Conference on Microgrids

ACI’s 10th National Conference on Microgrids

ACI
March 30-31, 2022
Microgrids are rapidly becoming more popular across the USA. Not only have they provided a source of reliable backup power in emergency situations, they are helping reduce costs as well as damage to the environment through renewable energy. ...
Upcoming Event
World Hydrogen North America

World Hydrogen North America

Energy Central
Apr 6 & 7, 2022
Join us to discover and debate how/if the world’s simplest, and most abundant, molecule has the potential to curb greenhouse gas emissions for good....

Combined Heat & Power

Partner News

Partner News
4.2 MW CHP system rigged into place in New York City, Times Square

4.2 MW CHP system rigged into place in New York City, Times Square

NES-WES
Jan 26, 2022
Northeast Energy Systems recently delivered another 4.2 MW CHP system that was rigged into place in New York City, Times Square. Three 1.4 MW Jenbacher gas engines provide electricity, steam and hot water improving our customer energy costs, increasing resiliency, and reducing the site's carbon footprint. Our CHP system will provide 100% backup power for the customers facility. ...
Partner News
CAPSTONE GREEN ENERGY TO PROVIDE 600 kW CHP SYSTEM TO ALABAMA HOSPITAL

CAPSTONE GREEN ENERGY TO PROVIDE 600 kW CHP SYSTEM TO ALABAMA HOSPITAL

Capstone Green Energy
Jan 24, 2022
Capstone announced that its central and southern U.S. distributor, Lone Star Power Solutions has secured a contract to provide a highly reliable and energy-efficient Combined Heat and Power (CHP) clean energy system to a major hospital in Alabama expected to be commissioned in the Spring 2022. ...
Partner News
Making Mexican farms more sustainable with biogas CHP

Making Mexican farms more sustainable with biogas CHP

2G
Jan 24, 2022
Rancho La Bien Aparecida is a dairy cattle farm and milk production plant in Mexico. Its owners installed a biogas production unit and cogeneration system to make their production and energy consumption more eco-friendly. ...
Partner News
New Canaan, CT selectmen approve a 35 kW CHP plant for Town Hall

New Canaan, CT selectmen approve a 35 kW CHP plant for Town Hall

Aegis Energy
Jan 24, 2022
After hearing on Tuesday that the town has already saved money with the implementation of combined heat and power (CHP) plants, the selectmen approved $355,025 for the installation of a CHP unit at Town Hall. “Anecdotally, we have not had to turn on the heat at the wastewater treatment facility this year, we’ve been running completely off the CHP units for heat,” ...
Partner News
MTU supplying CHP power plants for Romanian data center campus

MTU supplying CHP power plants for Romanian data center campus

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jan 22, 2022
Romanian cloud service provider ClusterPower is planning a US$43 million data center campus near the southern city of Craiova that will be powered by mtu CHP power plants. The 273 000 sq. m campus will scale to a power output of 200 MW, once all five data centers being planned come on stream in 2025, said ClusterPower. ...
Partner News
Tecogen Receives 1 Megawatt Microgrid System Order for New York City Hotel

Tecogen Receives 1 Megawatt Microgrid System Order for New York City Hotel

Tecogen
Jan 17, 2022
Tecogen Inc. is pleased to announce an order for 8 InVerde e+® units to be incorporated into a hotel in New York City. The 8 InVerde units, collectively rated to one megawatt, will supplement the existing power supply of the hotel and provide additional resiliency. The system will utilize Tecogen’s proprietary microgrid feature that simplifies synchronizing and load control, allowing the eight units to operate in unison. The units are expected to be serviced from Tecogen’s Brooklyn service facility, which already services three 400-ton Tecochill systems at the hotel. ...
Partner News
DT Farms adds 2 MW of CHP to be able to expand its greenhouse footprint in electricity constrained Ontario

DT Farms adds 2 MW of CHP to be able to expand its greenhouse footprint in electricity constrained Ontario

Siemens Energy
Jan 17, 2022
Currently in Ontario, the Leamington-Kingsville area is experiencing unprecedented growth due to the expansion of the greenhouse industry. In fact, the area is expected to quadruple in electricity demand over the next 15 years - resulting in a critical shortage of electricity supply while infrastructure upgrades are still years away from completion at best. ...
Partner News
Caterpillar extends packaged CHP systems range

Caterpillar extends packaged CHP systems range

Caterpillar
Jan 13, 2022
Caterpillar Inc. has announced that it now offers new 1.5 MW and 2.0 MW power nodes in the company’s growing line of containerized combined heat and power (CHP) systems packaged in standardized, factory-assembled solutions. The gen-sets support strategic enterprise goals by reducing total energy costs, increasing energy resiliency and driving sustainability initiatives forward. By adding options with Cat G3512H and Cat G3516H natural-gas generator sets, Caterpillar said it delivers containerized CHP solutions with power modules ranging from 1.5 to 2.5 MW that simplify the design, installation and commissioning of CHP applications while eliminating the need for outsourcing additional engineering or project management. ...
Partner News
CHP and chilled water system for indoor agriculture facility in Harrisburg, PA

CHP and chilled water system for indoor agriculture facility in Harrisburg, PA

Kinsley Energy
Jan 10, 2022
Kinsley Energy Systems is supplying a high efficiency CHP and chilled water system for the Lab Energy Cogeneration Plant. Fueled by liquified natural gas (LNG), the CHP plant will operate independently from the electric grid and serve as and the sole source of electric power and thermal energy to the facility. Kinsley is providing the CHP plant consisting of four TEDOM packaged CHP units (totaling 3.5 MW), backup boilers, high-efficiency magnetic bearing electric chillers, and closed-circuit cooling towers with associated pumping systems. With built-in redundancy, the CHP plant will reduce energy costs, cut carbon emissions, and ensure cultivation facility resiliency. The project broke ground in August 2021 with anticipated full commissioning of the cogeneration system in early 2022.

...
People on the Move
Congratulations, Emily Robertson! 2022 CHPA Governing Board Member

Congratulations, Emily Robertson! 2022 CHPA Governing Board Member

2G
Jan 6, 2022
We are excited that our very own Emily Robertson, who has been a valuable part of the 2G Team since 2016, is participating in The Combined Heat and Power Alliance CHPA as a board director. Emily has been a great asset to our team, and we are excited to support her and the efforts of the other members of CHP Alliance towards our shared goal of deploying CHP as a tool to reduce energy, emissions and to support grid reliability. ...
1The Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act, passed into law in 1998 as part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act provides safe harbour protection to "online service providers" for "online storage" in section 512(c). Section 512(c) applies to online service providers that store copyright infringing material. In addition to the two general requirements that online service providers comply with standard technical measures and remove repeat infringers, section 512(c) also requires that the online service providers: 1) do not receive a financial benefit directly attributable to the infringing activity, 2) are not aware of the presence of infringing material or know any facts or circumstances that would make infringing material apparent, and 3) upon receiving notice from copyright owners or their agents, act expeditiously to remove the allegedly copyright infringing material. These news items and event posting do not represent any guidance by the U.S. DOE, nor are they intended to influence any party. The news and events are only for the general interest information provided to CHP stakeholders.