Are CHP plants commissioned more than three years ago delivering the benefits they could be?

A survey from Enel X shows nearly 80% of CHP plants were commissioned more than three years ago, exposing an opportunity for increased efficiency and revenue generation

Kent CHP plant becomes first operational waste-to-energy CfD facility

Wheelabrator Kemsley is expected to have a final installed capacity of 45MW and be capable of processing up to 550,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste every year

Enel X launches GEO in the UK to optimise CHP assets and boost operator income

This will be discussed in a webinar held tomorrow from 11:00 AM – click here to find out more and sign up

New project to test renewable fuels with 3D printed burners in Sweden

Siemens and Göteborg Energi will initially install a gas turbine at the Rya CHP facility for the validation of 3D printed burners

Clarke Energy buys Boston-based CHP provider

The acquisition of Co-Energy America expands Clarke Energy’s geographical coverage and product range into smaller CHP plants between 35kW and 300kW

Carbis Bay Hotel hopes to book in £30k energy savings with CHP units

The luxury hotel is part of Centrica’s £19m Local Energy Market, which is testing the role of flexible power generation and smart energy solutions across Cornwall

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Tomato-growing energy centre sprouts £10.6m of funding

Santander has provided the finance to help combined heat and power provider P3P Partners LLP develop the facility

Government unveils new emissions threshold for biomass CHP support

The change will require projects to produce 95.9% less carbon than the EU fossil power average

EU approves German aid for efficient cogeneration plants

The Commission said the scheme does not lead to overcompensation or distort competition

UK-based CHP supplier bought by joint venture

The acquisition is expected to help promote low carbon growth in Europe and Asia and transform the CHP market in India