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Combined Heat and Power Partnership
Please check the boxes that apply to you:
Do you pay more than $.07/ kilowatt-hours on average for electricity (including generation, transmission, and distribution)?
Are you concerned about the impact of current or future energy costs on your business?
Is your facility located in a deregulated electricity market?
Are you concerned about power reliability? Is there a substantial financial impact to your business if the power goes out for 1 hour? For 5 minutes?
Does your facility operate for more than 5,000 hours/year?
Do you have thermal loads throughout the year (including steam, hot water, chilled water, hot air, etc.)?
Does your facility have an existing central plant?
Do you expect to replace, upgrade, or retrofit central plant equipment within the next 3-5 years?
Do you anticipate a facility expansion or new construction project within the next 3-5 years?
Have you already implemented energy efficiency measures and still have high energy costs?
Are you interested in reducing your facility's impact on the environment?
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If you have answered "yes" to 3 or more of these of these questions, your facility may be a good candidate for CHP.
The next step in assessing the potential of an investment in CHP is to have a Level 1 Feasibility Analysis performed to estimate the preliminary return on investment. EPA's CHP Partnership offers a comprehensive Level 1 analysis service for qualifying projects and can provide contact information to others who perform these types of analyses.
If you would like the EPA CHP Partnership to contact you with more information on our technical support services, fill out the form below and click "Submit." You can also contact us at (703) 373-8108.
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