Combined Heat and Power for Resiliency

Better Buildings Accelerator: Combined Heat and Power for Resiliency

The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) for Resiliency Accelerator will support and expand the consideration of CHP solutions to keep critical infrastructure operational every day and night regardless of external events. As a collaborative effort with states, communities, utilities, and other stakeholders, Partners will examine the perceptions of CHP among resiliency planners, identify gaps in current technologies or information relative to resiliency needs, and develop plans for communities to capitalize on CHP’s strengths as a reliable, high efficiency, lower emissions electricity and heating/cooling source for critical infrastructure.

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Fact Sheet

Combined Heat and Power for Resiliency Accelerator partners work to support and expand the consideration of CHP solutions by states, communities and utilitiesfor their critical infrastructure needs.

Priorities

Partners

A-Z

Amity School District
Bath Electric Gas and Water
Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
Health Care Without Harm
Hoboken, NJ
International District Energy Association (IDEA)
Long Island Power Authority
Maryland Department of Commerce
Miami-Dade County, FL
Montgomery County, MD
National Grid
New York, NY
NYSERDA
Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
PSEG Long Island
State of Missouri
State of Utah
Tennessee Valley Authority
Thermal Energy Corporation
United Illuminating

Location

Connecticut

Amity School District
United Illuminating

District Of Columbia

Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

Florida

Miami-Dade County, FL

Maryland

Maryland Department of Commerce
Montgomery County, MD

Massachusetts

International District Energy Association (IDEA)

Missouri

State of Missouri

New Jersey

Hoboken, NJ

New York

Bath Electric Gas and Water
Long Island Power Authority
National Grid
New York, NY
NYSERDA
PSEG Long Island

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

Tennessee

Tennessee Valley Authority

Texas

Thermal Energy Corporation

Utah

State of Utah

Virginia

Health Care Without Harm