CHP Installation Database

Overview

The DOE CHP Installation Database is a data collection effort sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and maintained by ICF Inc. The database contains a comprehensive listing of combined heat and power installations throughout the country. ICF tracks installations of all sizes, from large industrial systems that are hundreds of megawatts in size to small commercial microturbine and fuel cell systems that are tens of kilowatts. The database is updated on an annual basis and is composed of information from a variety sources including the seven DOE CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships (CHP TAPs), the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the EPA CHP Partnership, utility lists, incentive program data, CHP developers and equipment suppliers, industry periodicals, and news releases. To learn more about CHP and for more information on how DOE can assist with CHP installations, see http://www.energy.gov/chp.

The CHP Installation Database Website is designed to provide straightforward information about existing CHP in the United States. The information is presented in table format, with each state having its own table of existing CHP systems. The tables show each state's existing CHP systems with information about the site name, location, capacity, application, operating year, prime mover, and fuel type.

Maintenance of this database is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy. The database is a work in progress. While the information is believed to be accurate, we realize that the database may not be comprehensive or may need data updates. 

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Barrier:

Identifying or evaluating energy-saving technologies

Tool type:

Map

Technology:

Combined Heat and Power System


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