Inside Ohio’s manufacturing community – and other businesses – lies the potential to generate 11,000 Megawatts of electrical power, enough to power the combined residential population of Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky by using the waste heat from power generation to generate steam or hot water.
Combined heat and power (CHP) technology has the reliability of base load generation, is the most energy-efficient fuel-generation technology, has low emissions, and uses local natural gas.
The many benefits of CHP have led to a recent uptick in CHP development in Ohio, with much of the new power generation occurring at manufacturing facilities.
Learn more about CHP potential, how to determine if your facility is a good candidate for CHP, and what incentives are available to help finance CHP at your facility during a webinar, Thursday April 6, at 10:00 a.m.
DP&L and AEP Ohio will discuss their new CHP incentive programs and OMA’s energy consultant John Seryak will cover CHP benefits and potential barriers to implementation. The webinar is co-hosted by the OMA, the Ohio CHP Connection, and the Ohio Environmental Council.