News & Views Magazine
Edition 1, 2015
Resources Board has set a goal of an additional 4,000 MW
by 2020 to help achieve emission goals.
CHP offers the food processing industry a method to
enhance facility power reliability and reduce electric
and thermal operating costs while achieving emission
reductions, according to Gene Kogan, director of tPacific
CHP TAP. “Our program is fuel-neutral and not associated
with any manufacturer, and we use DOE tools and
reporting to find the best unbiased match of technology
for each site,” he said.
The program’s initial screening is funded fully by DOE
and provides a go/no go recommendation based on
energy savings and payback period. If a business decides
to proceed, the program will partially fund a detailed
feasibility study and fully fund an engineering third-
To receive a qualification screening and determine if your
site is a good candidate for combined heat and power,
email Gene Kogan email@example.com
call (858) 633-8561.
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Napa Valley’s exquisite Vineyard 29 processes 100
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microturbine system that produces electricity and
supplies all the facility’s hot and cold water.