2020 Midwest Cogeneration Association Combined Heat & Power Virtual Conference
August 18 - August 20
Combined Heat & Power: A Competitive, Resilient, Clean Energy Resource in a Carbon-Constrained World
Energy Efficient combined heat and power (CHP), also referred to as cogeneration, provides a cost-effective, near-term opportunity to improve our nation’s energy, environmental, and economic future. Although there are many benefits to operating a CHP system, the implementation of a CHP project can present some challenges. At the same time, new opportunities are emerging for recognizing and valuing CHP as an energy efficiency and supply-side energy resource. Network and learn from a number of industry representatives, CHP operators, government agencies, and presenters about challenges and lessons learned on CHP market adoption, as well as emerging issues and opportunities. Timely topics will include, utility incentive programs, utility rate impacts, interconnection barriers, grid modernization, valuing CHP’s energy efficiency, reliability, and resiliency, institutional and commercial sector CHP issues and opportunities, and more. Agenda and Registration.