Alternative Power: Benefits of Combined Heat & Power, and Landfill Gas
A panel discussion sponsored by the Georgia Tech Clean Energy Speaker Series.
Combined heat and power (CHP) technology can provide critical facilities (e.g. hospitals, wastewater treatment), businesses, institutions, and communities with more resilient and reliable heat and power, while at the same time reducing energy costs and harmful emissions. Complimenting CHP technology is methane gas from landfills, which is often overlooked as a viable, cost-effective input for generating power via CHP. (Landfills are the third largest source of anthropogenic methane gas produced in the United States.)
- Marilyn Brown, Professor, Public Policy Georgia Institute of Technology
- Richard Crowther, PE, Manager, Sustainability Coca-Cola Refreshments
- Isaac Panzarella, PE, Director, U.S. DOE Southeast CHP Technical Assistance North Carolina State University
- Richard Sedano, Director, Regulatory Assistance Project