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Policy and Advocacy

Improving Competitiveness and Reducing GHGs with Cogeneration

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Déc 15, 2020

Improving Competitiveness and Reducing GHGs with Cogeneration

We do, recommend the Government of Alberta consider further investments in CHP to help advance its economic, energy and environmental objectives by considering the following changes to the Energy Savings for Business program:

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Increasing the cap of $250k per site to scale with larger projects that would see higher capital and operating costs and deliver greater emissions reductions

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Allow new construction to participate in the program, as a new build is often the best time to integrate new technologies such as CHP, into the design

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Allow projects greater than 5MW to participate to allow for greater flexibility and customer choice in a range of facilities

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Streamline as much as possible the measurement and verification requirements to reduce administrative burden, for example by reducing the number of milestones

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