Sunday, August 24, 2008

Cogeneration and heat pumps can slash carbon and costs

Here is the latest from Roy Morrison from SNHU: ["Cogeneration & Heat Pumps"].

1 comment:

miggs said...

Cogeneration is indeed one of the most potent yet unknown solutions to the energy crisis. I'm associated with Recycled Energy Development, a company that turns manufacturers' waste heat into clean power and steam. This more than doubles a company's energy efficiency, slashing energy costs and greenhouse emissions simultaneously. Studies for the EPA and DoE suggest cogeneration could reduce our nation's greenhouse pollution by 20%. That's more than just about any other global warming solution. AND it saves money! The only reason more isn't happening is that regulations favoring the utilities make it hard for more efficient options like cogen to emerge. This needs to move to the forefront of the debate.