Are your critical facilities protected from outages? Join Anne Hampson to explore the opportunities in combined heat and power (CHP, aka cogeneration), its applications for critical facilities, and how you can assess and implement CHP systems at your facility to reduce your energy spend and secure your energy resiliency.
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According to recent reports, emergency power outages cost U.S. industries an average of $40-$150 billion…every year. As a result, energy resiliency is (or should be) on the agenda of every organization. And at the forefront of this discussion is Combined Heat and Power (CHP, aka cogeneration) thanks to its ability to simultaneously produce electric and thermal energy from a single fuel source offering organizations a cost-effective and efficient heating, cooling, and energy resiliency solution…in AND out of emergencies.
In this webcast we’ll begin by exploring combined heat and power (CHP or cogeneration), how it works, its applications, and its benefits. Within this discussion, we’ll take a special look at CHP as a reliable solution for today’s energy resiliency and grid congestion problems, and what industries are good candidates for CHP installations. We’ll also discuss combined heat and power’s economic and environmental benefits, including: energy efficiency, reliability, and cost-savings, as well as reduced CO2 emissions and grid congestion. Following this discussion, Hampson will outline how to assess your facility as a candidate for CHP, the available opportunities, and the best practices for successful development and implementation of CHP at your facility. Finally, we’ll discuss the emerging economic and policy drivers for the exploding growth of CHP – including the recent U.S. executive order to accelerate CHP investments – and what these mean for you.
By the end of this webcast, you will have a good understanding of what combined heat and power (CHP) is, how it can be a solution to your energy reliability challenges, and how you can go about implementing CHP at your facility.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives.
- Learn what CHP is, how it works, its opportunities, and the applications it serves.
- Understand how CHP can provide energy reliability and resiliency to a facility.
- Learn what to look for when assessing your facility for CHP and how to implement CHP at your facility.
- Understand the emissions and energy cost savings benefits of CHP, and the economic and legislative drivers.