National CHP Summit 2021: cogeneration to support the energy transition
The second edition of the National CHP summit promoted by CHP Alliance was once again an opportunity for discussion and updates for the many players in the world of cogeneration. This is confirmed by the Executive Director, David Gardiner, who reports the key points that emerged during the three days: cogeneration can provide clean energy for the transition and flank renewable energy processes, it is a resilient and reliable technology, and it is also efficient both from an energy and a cost-effective point of view. Gardiner also reveals two initiatives by CHP Alliance, the Hydrogen Working Group and the CHP White Paper.
Original language: English
Executive Director, CHP Alliance
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