Cogeneration Books

  • VOCGEN

    Capital Equipment InvestingVOCGEN Advanced Combined Heat and Power (CHP)Combined Air Pollution Controls and CHPBusiness EconomicsEnergy and Economic ...

  • Handbook of Energy Engineering, Sixth Edition

    Covering the latest codes and standards and the Energy Independence and Security Act, this edition includes information on software packages from the Best Practices Program of the U.S. Department of Energy; and emerging technologies such as oxy-fuel combustion, high efficiency burners, enhanced heat exchangers, and ceramic membranes for heat ...

  • Cogeneration & Small Power Production Manual, 5th Edition

    The fifth edition of this authoritative reference has been expanded to include a new section on utility standby rates and their impact on cogeneration and on-site power production economics. Complete with specific examples from various utilities, this new feature will serve as a valuable aid in the feasibility analysis for new cogeneration and ...

  • Decentralised Power Generation in the Liberalised EU Energy Markets

    The book gives a comprehensive overview of technologies for decentralised power generation (DG technologies), including those based on both renewable energy sources (RES), and on combined heat and power (CHP) technologies, and of relevant policies of the EU and its Member States. Special attention is paid to barriers to implementation and success ...

  • Micro Cogeneration

    The introduction of micro CHP – the simultaneous production of heat and power in an individual building based on small energy conversion units such as Stirling and reciprocating engines or fuel cells – is of increasing political and public interest. A large-scale introduction of micro CHP would radically change the electricity system and turn ...

  • Grandfathering, New Source Review, and NOx- Making Sense of a Flawed System Report

    This article, which originally appeared in the July 21, 2000, issue of Environment Reporter, examines the current 'end-of-pipe' methods of reducing NOx emissions and suggests that a better method would be investing in new, combined cycle natural gas plants, cogeneration and efficiency gains. The second approach would not only reduce NOx emissions ...

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