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Keep the Lights On This Summer with CHP


Keep the Lights On This Summer with CHP
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 10:00 AM-11:00 AM CDT

Facility owners are increasingly concerned with power resilience for continuity of operations during outages that can occur with storm events or other causes. The drive to improve efficiency, resiliency and have a sustainable source of power is ever-present. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) offers both power resilience for confident emergency preparedness and energy efficiency essential for maintaining power during an outage. Join the Department of Energy’s Southcentral CHP Technical Assistance Partnership (CHP TAP) will be leading for a webinar on the opportunities and applications of CHP that can be used to keep your lights on in the summer.



Carlos Gamarra, PhD, PE, Assistant Director, Southcentral CHP TAP

McKenzie Roberts, Research Assistant, Southcentral CHP TAP

Margaret Cook, Research Associate, Southcentral CHP TAP

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CHP and its Role in Decarbonization (Wednesday, June 29, 2022)

The Northeast Clean Heat and Power Initiative is hosting a live in-person event on June 28th, 2022 at the Club 101, 101 Park Ave, Manhattan from 8 AM to 3:30 PM. Club 101 Please join us for a full-day event “CHP and its Role in Decarbonization”.

This program will feature experts across the spectrum of CHP’s role in decarbonization, and will review several emerging applications for CHP as well as discuss the transition to low and no-carbon fuels. As the energy landscape changes in the Northeast, it is imperative to demonstrate how CHP systems are an important solution to decarbonizing and building a sustainable, equitable, and just energy future. Don’t miss this important event for the CHP industry across the Northeast!

The conference is targeting a broad set of stakeholders and end-users. This is a special opportunity to network in person, and to dialogue with policymakers, regulators, influencers and thought leaders, and important end-user communities.

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ASHRAE/NYSERDA Community Heat Pump Systems Free Webinar Series

Heating buildings by burning fossil fuels causes significant emissions of greenhouse gases. Many states already recognize the need to move away from this and have established climate action goals to help.

ASHRAE, with support from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), has developed a series of 17 webinars designed to engage and educate all stakeholders involved in community heat pump system design and implementation. The webinars, bearing 1.5 continuing education credits each, are free.

The ASHRAE / NYSERDA Community Heat Pump Systems Webinar Series is divided into five relevant topic sections. Click on any of the topics to learn more and register.


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