Commercial CHP Will ‘More Than Double by 2022’

Commercial CHP Will ‘More Than Double by 2022’

Annual installations of commercial combined heat and power systems will reach nearly 39 GW and $2.2 billion in revenue in 2012, according to a new Pike Research report, Combined Heat and Power for Commercial Buildings.

Global capacity will more than double by 2022, the study concludes, reaching 79.5 GW (see chart). This represents $11.2 billion in annual revenue, led by the US, Europe and Asia Pacific, which Pike expects to represent 92 percent of the 79.5 GW installed.

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Detroit Thermal Provides Steam Heat to U-Haul Facility

Detroit Thermal Provides Steam Heat to U-Haul Facility

U-Haul has selected Detroit Thermal (DT) to reestablish steam heating services to its new moving and self-storage facility in Detroit.

U-Haul purchased the 280,000-square-feet National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) Building (pictured) in June, and has been refurbishing the seven-story facility, slated to open in early 2013.

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Older US Cities Face District Energy, CHP Roadblocks; Canada Forges Ahead

Older US Cities Face District Energy, CHP Roadblocks; Canada Forges Ahead

Older cities face significant obstacles in installing district energy and combined heat and power systems, according to a new report. Meanwhile Vancouver, BC moves forward with its plans to expand district heating. New Energy for Older Cities: District Energy, Combined Heat and Power, and the … Read more…

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