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Waste Heat to Power Fact Sheet
Waste Heat to Power (WHP) is a form of clean energy that uses leftover heat from industrial processes to generate electricity with no additional fuel, combustion or emissions
WHP systems capture 250 – 2,000 degree Fahrenheit waste heat from exhaust stacks or pipes, which would otherwise be lost to the atmosphere, and convert the energy in the heat into electricity.
Low-Carbon Renewable Thermal Technology Solutions
Thermal energy, energy used for industrial processes and to heat and cool buildings, is a significant contributor to global energy demand and to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
While policy solutions have been implemented for decades to expand the development of and access to renewable electricity, low-carbon renewable thermal technologies in particular, and low-carbon technologies for industry in general, have not benefitted from such widespread policy support.
Low-Carbon Heat Solutions for Heavy Industry: Sources, Options, and Costs Today.
Heavy industry produces roughly 22 percent of global CO2 emissions. Of these, roughly 40 percent (about 10 percent of total emissions) is the direct consequence of
To explore the topic of industrial heat decarbonization, the authors undertook an initial review of all options to supply high temperature, high flux, and high volume heat for a subset of major industrial applications: cement manufacturing, primary iron and steel production, methanol and ammonia synthesis, and glassmaking
Combined Heat and Power Handbook
The global climate is changing, and many are working to reduce emissions and build up resiliency across sectors, including electricity generation, transportation, industry, and commercial and residential buildings.
This paper examines these key benefits of CHP systems and how CHP is a climate change solution because it can both
reduce emissions and be a resilient energy resource, reliably providing electric and thermal energy even during severe weather events. The next two pages highlight and summarize key insights found throughout the paper.
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Four Projects in Ohio and Indiana Will Provide 48 MW of 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy
Join our team next week in North Carolina for Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)’s Electrification 2022 held from June 28-30th as the conference and expo