Combined Heat and Power

One of the recommendations found in the Utah Energy Efficiency and Conservation plan suggests that a combined heat and power (CHP) policy working group be created. As part of that recommendation, a CHP Policy Working Group was formed in August 2014 to advance the adopĀ­tion of CHP as a viable and important resource for both distributed generation and industrial energy efficiency. This group has focused on uniting key energy stakeholders to advance the deployment of new CHP projects by collaborating on areas of shared value and interest, including identifying barriers to expansion of cost-effective CHP projects and options for overcoming those barriers.

Please find presentations from the CHP Policy Working Group below: