Why Attend?

Network and learn from a number of industry representatives, CHP operators, government agencies, and presenters about challenges and lessons learned on CHP market adoption, as well as emerging issues and opportunities. Timely topics will include: utility incentive programs, utility rate impacts, interconnection barriers, grid modernization, valuing CHP's energy efficiency, reliability and resiliency, institutional and commercial sector CHP issues and opportunities, & more.

What is CHP / Cogeneration?

Combined Heat and Power (CHP), also referred to as cogeneration, provides a cost-effective, near term, to improve our nation's energy, environmental, and economic future.  CHP is an efficient and clean approach to generating on-site electric power and useful thermal energy from a single fuel source.


Tuesday, February 19, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM CST
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Chicago Mart Plaza, River North 
350 West Mart Center Drive
Chicago, IL 60654


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Sam Rinaldi
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance 




AB Energy USA


CEM Engineering

Charles Equipment Energy Systems

Clarke Energy

ComEd Energy Efficiency Program

 Enercon Integrated Energy Solutions

Energy Resources Center

Grumman/Butkus Associates


Ilinois Electric Works

Kraft Power Corp

Martin Energy Group

Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Process Improvement Corporation

Solar Turbines

Solberg Manufacturing

Somes-Nick & Company

SW Cogen

US DOE Central & Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

W.W. Williams


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Tuesday, February 19, 2019   ---   Chicago, Illinois

"Energy Policy and the Case for Combined Heat and Power"
Keynote Speaker
Congressman Sean Casten
 Illinois 6th District, U.S. House of Representatives

Featured Lunch Presentation
"New U.S. Department of Energy's CHP Packaged System eCatalog"
"Lessons from New York’s CHP Initiatives" 
Dr. Bruce Hedman --- Entropy Research, LLC - US DOE Consultant

CHP Case Studies

Gundersen Health (Wisconsin), Gatorade (Indiana), Quaker Oats (Illinois),  City of Sebewaing (Michigan)

MCA Member: $150.00

Non-MCA Member: $175.00

Student: $75.00


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