Happening Today: Free Webinar on Combined Heat & Power

BLOG POST | Sep 24, 2015

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Northeast CHP TAP and International District Energy Association (IDEA) are hosting a webinar targeted to sustainability directors, municipal officials, urban planners and economic development and community organizations. During the webinar, they will discuss free services that the U.S. DOE can offer to communities interested in combined heat and power.


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Date and time:

Thursday, September 24, 2015 10:00 am 

Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00) 


1 hour 15 minutes


This webinar will empower community sustainability planners and managers to better utilize combined heat and power to meet carbon reduction goals and create a community more resilient to changes in our climate. Municipal decision makers will learn about approaches to strategically shape the supply and consumption of energy in the communities they serve.

Robert Thornton from International District Energy Association will give an overview of district energy and present best practices and case studies of district energy systems with CHP. He will discuss the advantage provided by the aggregated heat load of a district energy system in deploying large scale CHP.

Tom Bourgeois from Northeast DOE CHP TAP will give an overview of combined heat and power (CHP), how it is used, and services available from the CHP Technical Assistance Program (TAP).

Dan Leonhardt from Northeast DOE CHP TAP will explain how a community planner can apply these technologies in their community to achieve resiliency& emission goals. He will also address concerns regarding implementation.


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