On November, 17 2021 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET, join the Combined Heat and Power Alliance to learn more about how CHP fits into our future energy systems.
Speakers include Lynn A. Kirshbaum, Deputy Director of the Combined Heat and Power Alliance, Anne Hampson, Technical Partnerships Program Manager at the U.S. Department of Energy, and Richard Humphries, Manager of Business Development and Strategy at DTE Energy.
On November 10, the CHP Alliance published a new paper, CHP and the Clean Energy Future: How CHP Fits into a Modern Electric Grid and a Green Gas System, which examines how CHP will work with these systems now and into the future to provide reliable electric and thermal energy while lowering emissions and saving money.
Participants will learn about the current state of the electric grid and gas system in the U.S., the future of each, and how CHP will continue to work with these systems to provide cleaner, reliable energy that will support our communities and make them more resilient in the face of a changing climate. Attendees will also hear about the Department of Energy’s work on CHP and learn about the CHP system at the Ford Motor Company campus in Dearborn, Michigan.