Bipartisan Spending Agreement Includes $15 Million To Support CHP
In the USA Congressional leaders released details early Tuesday morning of a $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill, including up to $15 million for the Department of Energy’s CHP Technical Assistance Partnership program (CHP TAPs).
David Gardiner, Executive Director of the Combined Heat and Power Alliance, released the following statement on this bipartisan deal:
“The Combined Heat and Power Alliance applauds the authors of the proposed omnibus appropriations legislation for including new funding for the Department of Energy’s Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership program (CHP TAPs). In combination with new CHP tax incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act, this new funding will help make American industry more competitive by reducing costs, delivering reliable heat and power, and cutting carbon emissions. The Combined Heat and Power Alliance urges Congress to adopt the legislation.”
Find out more about CHP Alliance: https://chpalliance.org/