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Asia-Pacific’s CHP Installed Capacity Grows to 64 GW by 2019

Linda Hardesty

The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region’s distributed Combined Heat and Power (CHP) installed capacity will grow from around 37.7 GW in 2013 to about 64 GW by 2019, at a compound annual growth rate of 9 percent, says an analyst with research and consulting firm GlobalData. Ankit Mathur, GlobalData’s project manager for alternative energy, states that the   …Continue Reading

NY Offers $250M for Clean Energy Projects

Karen Henry

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $250 million to fund large-scale clean-energy generation projects such as wind farms, fuel cells, biomass facilities, renewable biogas and the upgrading of small- to medium-sized hydropower projects. Contracts for these projects will be awarded for terms of up to 20 years. Funding will be provided by the New York   …Continue Reading

Tecogen Supplies CHP Systems via Energy Service Company

Linda Hardesty

Tecogen sold combined heat and power (CHP) systems to a group of public schools in northern New Jersey and Long Island, NY. The sales involved three contracts with a combined value at $1.97 million and were made separately to two regional offices of an un-named energy services company. The projects involved three high schools, one   …Continue Reading

YMCAs Save $30,000 per Year with CHP Systems

Linda Hardesty

Tecogen sold combined heat and power (CHP) systems to YMCA facilities in Meriden and Milford, Conn. The systems will supply 60 kW to each facility, while simultaneously providing hot water for building heating, domestic hot water and pool heating. The Meriden YMCA project is supported through the Connecticut Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program. The   …Continue Reading

Shanghai Disney Protects CHP Plant with Rotork

Linda Hardesty

Rotork valve actuators are supporting environmental protection technologies at the combined cooling, heating and power plant (CCHP) constructed to serve the new Disney Resort in Shanghai, China. A project for the Shanghai International Tourism and Resorts Zone, the CCHP is a grid-tied, gas-fired power plant, which co-generates cooling and heating via engine waste heat and   …Continue Reading

Manhattan Hotels Choose CHP

Linda Hardesty

Tecogen sold three combined heat and power (CHP) systems to a boutique hotel group in New York City. The contract, valued at $1.76 million, will include both the prepackaged CHP units as well as the turnkey installation. The CHP units will operate in tandem with the Consolidated Edison grid, offsetting 100 kW of utility energy   …Continue Reading

GasDecEngine Prototypes Micro CHP Steam Engine

Linda Hardesty

Norwegian startup GasDecEngine Technology (GDE) has developed a micro-combined heat and power (micro CHP) steam engine to provide efficient energy on location. GDE launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $150,000 by August 3 to combine with a $180,000 government grant to build a market prototype. GDE says the design of the micro CHP will allow   …Continue Reading

Hybrid Financing Pays for Multifamily Energy Retrofit

Linda Hardesty

The New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC) and Urban Greenfit completed a $7.4 million energy efficiency and cogeneration project at Roosevelt Landings, a 1,003-unit residential development built in 1975. Unique financing was provided by NYCEEC alongside incentives from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Con Edison and the US Treasury   …Continue Reading

Industrial Onsite Energy Production Concentrated

William Opalka

More than 90 percent of the industrial generation capacity is concentrated in five industries: chemicals, paper, and petroleum and coal industries account for more than 80 percent of onsite industrial generation; primary metals and food industries represent the remaining 20 percent. According to the US Energy Information Administration, onsite industrial generation accounts for about 3   …Continue Reading

‘Green Steam’ Expands in Boston

William Opalka

A “Green Steam” project that includes a 7,000-foot steam pipeline extension has been completed in the Boston-Cambridge district energy network by Veolia North America. The $112 million project includes the planned reconfiguration of the recently acquired Kendall Station combined heat and power plant. Green Steam is an innovative environmental solution that captures and reuses heat   …Continue Reading

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