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The theme this year chosen by the International District Energy Association is "A Sustainable Future."

Visit us at booth 15 and check the program for a CHP TAP sponsored session on CHP.

 

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​​Visit us at our booth at WEFTEC 2016

​​Visit us at our booth at the North Carolina Manufacturers Alliance EEHS School  

Come visit us at booth 505 and join us at our panel sessions  on Thursday, 9:45-11:15am at either track 4 or track 10

Join us at the ​​2016 International Biomass Conference & Expo, in Charlotte, NC. The event unites industry professionals from all sectors of the world’s interconnected biomass utilization industries—biobased power, thermal energy, fuels and chemicals.

The Better Buildings Summit is a national meeting where leading organizations across key sectors showcase solutions to cut energy intensity in their buildings portfolio-wide by 20% over the next ten years.

A workshop on how CHP can be an efficient and cost-effective solution for food processing facilities in the Southeast.

​​Join us at the 2015 FEDCON Summit in Wilmington, NC. Stop by our booth or join us for the 2015 Southeast Military Energy Roundtable (NCMER) on October 28, to exchange information to address the needs of installations and federal agencies working to meet mission requirements, federal goals and mandated targets for utilizing clean energy including energy generated from renewable sources and energy conservation. The MER will focus on the needs of military installations and federal facilities, the capacity of regional businesses to meet those needs, the changing statutory and regulatory environment regarding distributed generation in southeastern states, and the opportunities this creates for businesses to meet the federal and military demand for clean energy.

Join us at the 2015 Healthcare Coalition Conference on September 30, 2015 at 11:00 am for a panel on CHP as a healthcare resource, with CHP end users discussing their systems. 

Join us at the World Energy Engineering Congress on October 2, 2015 for a panel on CHP with chemical industry panelists that will discuss their CHP projects.  

​The DOE Southeast CHP TAP will be moderating a panel on CHP in the chemical industry for the Kentucky Chemical Industry Council, a chapter of the Kentucky Manufacturers Association, on October 9, 2015

​Join us on Tuesday, August 11 at the 2015 North Carolina EEHS School from 8-9:15 am for our course "Should you consider CHP? " 

Join us at the 2015 SC Clean Energy Summit to discuss biomass CHP at the afternoon "Biomass Energy Session" 

  • Webinar: Combined Heat & Power with District Energy for Universities and Cities, Thursday, June 25,  10AM-11:15AM   

Join the U.S. DOE Southeast Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership (CHP TAP) for a live webinar about Combined Heat & Power with district energy and microgrids in colleges, universities, municipalities and other institutional settings. The webinar will feature speakers from the University of Central Florida and Veolia North America who will discuss their current CHP systems, making the businesses case, and lessons learned.

  • Gulf Coast TAPPI Annual Meeting, June 10-13, 2015 Seascape Resort, Destin, FL

The Southeast CHP TAP  conducted a 4-hour "Fundamentals of Combined Heat and Power Systems" workshop at the annual meeting of the Gulf Coast Section of TAPPI.  The workshop covered a broad range of topics of interest to the pulp and paper and paper manufacturing community including an overview of CHP systems, typical CHP applications, CHP project economics and regulatory and environmental considerations.            

The Better Buildings Summit is a national meeting where leading organizations across key sectors showcase solutions to cut energy intensity in their buildings portfolio-wide by 20% over the next ten years.

 


 
The U.S. DOE SouthEAST CHP Technical Assistance Partnership organizes tours, technical trainings, and seminars on CHP systems and applications. (Photo: NCSU Cates Plant)