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New Report on Natural Gas Energy Efficiency Shows Great Advancement

New Report on Natural Gas Energy Efficiency Shows Great Advancement

Natural gas efficiency has shown impressive advances, and the future looks promising American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, July 19, 2017 The majority of studies on utility-funded energy efficiency programs focus on electricity; natural gas traditionally receives much less attention. To help rectify this imbalance, today we are releasing a new report, Natural Gas Energy Efficiency:

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Roadmap to Distributed Generation: Innovative Tools for CHP Adoption

Sam Witty, Gita Subramony, ERS, presented at ACEEE Summer Study Combined heat and power (CHP) is becoming an important strategy to help buildings reduce energy costs and increase resiliency while achieving greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions on a system-wide level. NYSERDA’s CHP Acceleration Program assists New York customers with installing CHP by offering a catalog

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Better Buildings through CHP

Gita Subramony, ERS, for Zondits The national market for combined heat and power (CHP) projects is growing. Traditionally, the technology was most frequently implemented in large and energy-intensive industrial facilities. However, certain regions of the country are realizing that smaller CHP systems can benefit a wide range of facilities and provide not only energy cost

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Cogeneration Offers Energy Savings in Queens

Gita Subramony, April 13, 2016. Image credit: Chris Young The current Habitat Magazine features a profile of a recent cogeneration, or combined heat and power (CHP), project in Queens. The Roosevelt Terrace co-op in the Jackson Heights section planned a multi-phase CHP project that includes two 75 kW systems that have already been installed and another

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What’s Hot? Combined Heat and Power – A New Approach to Project Acceleration

Presented at the AESP 26th National Conference on February 3, 2016 Lucy Neiman and Gita Subramony, ERS The growing focus on distributed generation (DG) has fueled new approaches that streamline and reduce the complexity of project installations. This design and initial results from an accelerator program encourages and promotes the installation of combined heat and power

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What’s Hot? Combined Heat and Power – A New Approach to Project Acceleration

Lucy Neiman and Gita Subramony, ERS Presentation at AESP’s 26th National Conference in Phoenix, AZ, on Wednesday, February 3 at 8:30 a.m. Session 3C: Business Models – Incorporating EE/DR and DER (Panel) Objective The growing focus on distributed generation (DG) has fueled new approaches that streamline and reduce the complexity of project installations. This paper presents

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The Importance of Energy Efficiency and CHP Growth Patterns

Move Over Solar, Time to Welcome Industrial Energy Efficiency: Pew Report Energy Efficiency Markets, October 27, 2015. Image credit: Zara That’s why industrial energy efficiency is on a growth trajectory in the U.S. — not as fast as some would hope, but expanding nonetheless. Characterized largely by combined heat and power (CHP), it is set to

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CHP in the Era of Distributed Generation

Gita Subramony for Zondits, October 30, 2015. Image credit: Lars Plougmann Just last week the ACEEE released its annual Energy Efficiency Scorecard. The rankings take into account factors such as utility spending on energy efficiency programs, transportation policies aimed at lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, adoption of building energy codes, combined heat and power policies, and

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