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The capacity of Bishkek combined heat and power plant has been exhausted in the result of 20 years of intensive operation, Energy Minister Askarbek Shadiev said at the national conference on problems in energy sector today, reported Tazabek.
So-called combined heat and power (CHP) plants are far more efficient than conventional power stations because they harness heat that is normally wasted, by piping it to industrial or domestic users.
Thunder Bay Hydro and Lakehead University have partnered to develop a combined heat and power (CHP) project, which will provide more efficient energy use for several major power users in the city.
today announced the sale of a 1 megawatt (MW) fuel cell power plant to California State University, Northridge (CSUN) for a combined heat and power application to help the university meet its goals for greater energy independence, capital growth, cost management and increased use of green power.
Department of Energy (DOE) recognized ExxonMobil Baytown Complex with the 2006 Energy Star Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Award for the site's cogeneration facilities.
for the signing, the Korean delegation visited three district energy facilities to gain insight into the integration of combined heat and power and broader business opportunities for large-scale district cooling: Consolidated Edison's 660 MW combined heat and power facility in New York City, home to the world's largest district steam system; the General Services Administration's Central Heating and Refrigeration Facility, which serves more than 100 buildings with district heating service and multiple buildings with district cooling service in downtown Washington, D.
Environmental Protection Agency as the EPA honored three IDEA-member universities with energy-efficient combined heat and power (CHP) systems: The University of Texas at Austin, the University of New Mexico and Cornell University.
This sub-MW combined cycle system will be an ideal ultra-clean, reliable base load product for smaller commercial and industrial customers with a demand for electric power only and will complement our DFC power plants that are designed for combined heat and power applications.