Alberta Combined Heat and Power (CHP)Working Group
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The Alberta CHP Working Group is a diverse collaborative of stakeholders from gas, electric and thermal utilities, technology and service providers, government, NGOs, and the MUSH (Municipalities, Universities, Schools, and Hospitals) sector working to advance CHP in Alberta.
Working Group Participants
AltaGas Utilities, ATCO, Canadian Gas Association, ENMAX, EPCOR, Fortis Alberta
Technology & Service
CLEAResult, Co-genergy, DES Engineering, EPS AB Energy, FVB Energy, GE Power & Water, GSS Integrated Energy, Honeywell, Kineticor, Nexus Power Solutions, Olympic Integrated Services, Suncor, Trident Processes
Calgary, Edmonton, Okotoks, Red Deer
AESO, Alberta Energy, Alberta Environment, AUC, Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance
Advocate for supportive policies and programs for CHP
Promotion of CHP through engagement and awareness
Drivers for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) in Alberta include:
CHP supports policy objectives of a vibrant economy, job creation, improved resiliency, and a sustainable energy system;
CHP helps industrial, commercial, institutional, recreational, and multi-residential buildings manage costs, stay competitive, and maintain and create jobs; and,
CHP facilities provide a key pathway to reduce GHG emissions to meet Alberta’s climate change commitments
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SUCCESS IN 2017
50+ Participants representing 20+ organizations engaged, expanding the group and widening the reach of engagement
Advocated for CHP as a cost-effective solution to help improve energy efficiency and reduce GHGs via submissions to the development of the Community Generation policy and the update of the Micro-Generation regulation
Meetings monthly from January – June and Sept – December
Visit the QUEST Events Calendar for meeting dates.