December 12, 2017 Educational Seminar/ Webinar
“Combined Heat and Power; Screening and Feasibility”
Understand the fundamentals of Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
Recognize the benefits of CHP and the types of entities that may benefit
Explain services available from the Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnership
Review the screening process for a potential user
Determine feasibility factors
Interpret the initial feasibility analysis
Establish next steps for the customer
Identify Midwest CHP TAP contact info
Speaker: David Baker serves as co-director of the U.S. DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnership, a technical outreach program that promotes combined heat and power (CHP), waste heat-to-power, and district energy technologies in the industrial, commercial, and institutional market sectors in a 12 State Midwest Region. In addition to helping manage the technical assistance activities, David has provided education and outreach to utilities, state energy offices, and public utility commissions on overcoming barriers to CHP and adopting “best practices” policies. He has assisted utilities in several states examine options for designing incentives for CHP deployment and for calculating the energy savings from CHP projects. At ERC he also provides his skills and support for the Energy Efficiency Team that conducts energy efficiency analysis and modeling and designs and administers public sector and low income energy efficiency programs.
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 11-1
Webinar link: https://leidoswebconferencing.webex.com/leidoswebconferencing/j.php?MTID=m261bf4d272f8eefae4b3084d8b266e67
Call in number: (855) 462-5367 (passcode: 1626642) no RSVP necessary
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