Friday, April 20, 2018

CORRECTED DATE: First Meeting Of PUC Combined Heat & Power Working Group May 30

The first meeting of the Public Utility Commission’s Combined Heat and Power Working Group meeting will be May 30 in Harrisburg.  (formal notice)
The PUC adopted a policy statement and formed the Working Group at its meeting on April 5 to engage with stakeholders and encourage the deployment of, and reduce barriers to, CHP initiatives in the Commonwealth.
CHP captures the waste heat energy this is typically lost through power generation, using it to provide heating and/or cooling for manufacturing and business.
“CHP offers a variety of benefits,” noted Chairman Gladys M. Brown in a supporting statement at the PUC public meeting,” First and foremost, CHP supports environmental stewardship through increased efficiency. Also, it provides economic benefits to its adopters through reductions in energy consumption. Further, it supports reliability and resiliency as a distributed energy resource.”
The meeting will be held in the Forest Room, Keystone Building, 400 North Street, Harrisburg starting at 1:00.  A call-in number will be published, Click Here.  
For more background, visit the PUC’s Combined Heat and Power webpage.  Questions should be directed to Joe Sherrick 717-787-5369 or send email to:
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