A new EPA Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership website is now available. The new website is available at www.epa.gov/chp, but internal page URLs have changed (so update your bookmarks). Prince Law Offices, P.C. is a proud partner of the EPA CHP Partnership program.
The website was updated to consolidate information, remove outdated information, conform to a new EPA web template, and to enhance the user experience with the site.
The CHP Team’s key resources can now be found at the following URLs:
- Catalog of CHP Technologies: http://www.epa.gov/chp/chp-technologies
- dCHPP (CHP Policies and incentives database): http://www.epa.gov/chp/dchpp-chp-policies-and-incentives-database
- CHP Emissions Calculator: http://www.epa.gov/chp/chp-emissions-calculator
- Project Development Resources: http://www.epa.gov/chp/project-development
All resources can be found on the Documents and Tools page.
We encourage you to check out the new site.
CHP is used in over 4,400 facilities nationwide, including:
- Commercial buildings—office buildings, hotels, health clubs, nursing homes
- Residential—condominiums, co-ops, apartments, planned communities
- Institutions—colleges and universities, hospitals, prisons, military bases
- Municipal—district energy systems, wastewater treatment facilities, K-12 schools
- Manufacturers—chemical, refining, ethanol, pulp and paper, food processing, glass manufacturing
A number of site-specific factors will determine if CHP might be a good technical and economic fit for your facility. Answer a few simple questions to determine if your facility is a good candidate for CHP.
If you or your business have questions regarding CHP, renewable energy projects, energy law or real estate law, contact attorney Jeffrey A. Franklin at Prince Law Offices, P.C.