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Energy & Sustainability Services Webinar Series: Combined Heat & Power Utility — End User Partnerships

Some utilities are exploring how investing in combined heat and power (CHP) systems can bring value to customers, communities, and the wider grid in the context of changing utility business models. The traditional utility business model of owning large central power plants is changing with increased penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs). Utility ownership of […]

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The Carolina Poultry Power Project Fuels Our Electricity and Our Economy

The United States has the largest broiler chicken industry in the world, with North Carolina being the third top producer out of all 50 states. As the number one agricultural industry in the state, the poultry industry’s economic impact for NC is over $39 billion annually according to the NC Poultry Federation. The poultry industry […]

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Combined Heat and Power for the Florida Agriculture and Food Processing Industry

Known as the sunshine state, Florida’s climate makes it an ideal place for farmers to grow crops. This tropical climate also makes Florida more prone to hurricanes, and it’s been hit by more hurricanes and tropical storms than any other state. These natural disasters can cause (long-duration) power outages, spoiling food that needs to be […]

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Duke Energy Combined Heat and Power System Powering the Tigers Pack on Clemson University’s Campus

Duke Energy’s Combined Heat and Power system increases Clemson’s grid resiliency, enabling islanding capacity while also creating unique opportunities for bold carbon-reduction studies. In 2019, a 15 megawatt (MW) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant owned and operated by Duke Energy went online on Clemson’s campus. This CHP system provides South Carolina’s Clemson University with […]

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Webinar: Bioenergy + Combined Heat & Power Benefits for Municipalities

Webinar: Bioenergy + Combined Heat & Power Benefits for Municipalities June 17, 1-2:10 p.m. EDT As more and more cities realize the need for resilience at critical water and wastewater system facilities and others sign on to renewable energy commitments or carbon reduction goals, the need for creative energy solutions becomes increasingly important. Luckily, municipalities […]

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