DOE Southwest Combined Heat and Power Webinars
HARC has been working on climate mitigation and adaptation applications and technologies through the research and application of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and energy resilience through combined heat and power (CHP). Combined heat and power, also called cogeneration, provides both electric power and thermal energy (heat) from a single on-site source, such as a turbine or reciprocating engine. The waste heat is used to provide additional services to the facility, such as steam for heating, heat for refining and manufacturing applications, domestic hot water, or cooling through absorption chillers or steam driven turbines.
To learn more about CHP in a variety of different applications, please check out past webinar recordings or register for future webinars.
- Lowering Food Processing Operating Costs and Improving Food Quality
- CHP and Industrial Applications – 2017 Webinar
- Microgrids with CHP – Improving Campus and Community Resilience – 2017 Webinar
- Reducing Energy Costs with Waste-Heat-to-Power
- Wastewater Treatment Plants
- Higher Education
- Industrial Facilities
- Oil Field
- Data Centers
- District Energy
- CHP and Breweries
- CHP in Hospitals