CHP Association

News & Events

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February

Bloomberg New Energy Finance & the Business Council for Sustainable Energy Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

CHP Association Executive Board member Joe Allen will be the speaker on CHP at the release of the Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Business

10

December

2013 CHP Conference: The Business Case for Combined Heat & Power

CHP Association is holding its annual CHP Conference on December 10th – 11th at the Park Hyatt in Washington, D.C.  The theme for this years

10

July

UMMS RFQ for Design-Build Services for CHP Plant Project

The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) requests letters of interest accompanied by qualification information from firms interested in developing a nominal 2MW combined heat

03

June

CCDC Departing Load Charge Study

The Effect of Departing Load Charges on the Costs and Benefits of Combined Heat and Power

31

May

Check out photos and presentations from our 2013 Spring Policy Forum

CHP Association 2013 Spring Policy Forum Presentations (Part 1) CHP Association 2013 Spring Policy Forum Presentations (Part 2) more photos coming soon

23

May

CHP Association 2013 Spring Policy Forum

Join us May 23rd for the annual CHP Association Spring Policy Forum.

21

May

CHP Association would like to thank the generous sponsors of our 2013 Spring Policy Forum

We would like to thank the following sponsors of our 2013 Spring Policy Forum:                

25

January

News Release: USCHPA Announces Leadership Change

The United States Combined Heat & Power Association (USCHPA) today announced the appointment of Dale Louda as the organization’s new Executive Director. Louda, who has spent more than 25 years as an energy and environment professional, begins his new duties effective immediately.

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December

News Release: Combined Heat and Power Systems Keep the Lights On During Hurricane Sandy

Combined Heat and Power Systems Keep the Lights On During Hurricane Sandy Hurricane Sandy was the largest hurricane on record in the Atlantic, with a diameter of 1,100 miles (1,800 km), since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.