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CHP Outreach Workshops 2013-14 (London, Birmingham & Liverpool)

Programme: Reducing Energy Costs with Combined Heat & Power 

The Department of Energy and Climate Change under the CHP Focus Outreach activities held series of three workshops in London, Birmingham, and Liverpool in 2013-14. The purpose of these workshops was to raise awareness and knowledge about the benefits of CHP amongst key stakeholders, such as local government officials, higher education establishments and hospital sites, all of which have significant heat loads.

The presentations are available for download below:

Introduction of CHP - the flexible option - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

CHP benefits and support mechanisms  - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

Introduction to CHPQA programme and Good Quality CHP - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

CHP potential in the Public Sector – Martin Williams

Opportunities for heat linking – Robin Wiltshire (BRE)

Heat Networks Delivery Unit – Charlotte Large (London)

Heat Networks Delivery Unit – Stephen Brooks (Birmingham & Liverpool)

Introduction to Energy Efficiency Directive Article 14 regulation - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

CHP Tools and Support for Developers – Faisal Qayium

Local Authority CHP Support – Anna Bright (Sustainability West Midlands - Birmingham)


Case Study 1: Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – Joe Grice


Case Study 1:  Aston University – Ian Forsyth (Cofely District Energy)

Case Study 2:  Hartlands Hospital – Tony McDermott (ENER-G)


Case Study 1: University of Liverpool - Peter Birch  and

University of Liverpool CHP2 - David Wilkinson (Vital Energi)

Case Study 2:  Glasgow Caledonian University CHP & District Heating  - Adam Wray-Summerson (Clarke Energy) 


 Presentations from older events are available in the presentation archive.







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The UK CHP Development Tool is the latest version of the map, originally developed as a tool aimed at assisting power station developers consider the opportunities for supplying heat and development of combined heat and power (CHP) as required under planning policy. However, it can also be used by both small and large organisations to help identify the locations where the supply of CHP heat would have the greatest potential, and therefore the largest positive environmental impact.

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