Financing CHP projects can sometimes be a challenge. Join the US DOE’s Upper-West CHP Technical Assistance Partnership for an analysis of various ways to finance CHP projects. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a proven onsite electric power system that can increase the resilience of a facility operation, while also providing vital, low cost thermal and cooling services. This interactive discussion will include market trends, savings and efficiency benefits, and best practices for how to finance technologies that help facilities stay powered up.
LEARN FROM AN EXPERT
• Introduction to different technologies and applications to commercial and public facilities
• Review various financing options that should be considered for CHP projects
• Evaluate market opportunities, current and future rebates, incentives and tax advantages available for CHP installations
• Recognize CHP carbon as well as financial savings opportunities
• Overview of no-cost federally funded Technical Assistance
Who should attend?
● Facility Managers ● Contractors ● Service/maintenance staff
● Energy Managers ● Engineers
● Marina Badoian-Kriticos – Assistant Director, Upper-West CHP TAP
● Andra Wilcox, PMP. – Research Scientist, Southcentral CHP TAP
DOE’s CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships (CHP TAPs) promote and assist in transforming the market for
CHP, waste heat to power, and district energy technologies/concepts throughout the United States.