Webinar 7/13: Chemical Industry Applications for Combined Heat and Power

This webinar will discuss CHP applications for the Chemical Industry in the Southeast and introduce a CHP qualification tool used by the DOE’s Clean Energy Application Centers to evaluate the feasibility of CHP installations at industrial sites. Ches Rhodes with the Southeast Clean Energy Application Center (SE-CEAC), will provide an introduction to the webinar and background on the SE-CEAC. Ches will introduce two guest speakers who will discuss the energy trends of the chemical industry, as well as current operating CHP systems in chemical industry facilities.¬†

Raul Crespo, a Senior Staff Professional in Environmental Services at Terracon Consultants. He has worked as an environmental consultant for 4 years, and received his Master’s from Mississippi State University. His Master’s thesis was on energy usage in the chemical industry and energy savings strategies for the industry. Raul will present on the current state of energy in the chemical industry, and CHP’s applicability to the industry. ¬†Fred Cleveland is the Compliance and Strategy Manager at Eastman Chemical Company where he has worked for 17 years. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and has worked in the Engineering and Utilities division prior to his current role. Fred will present on the CHP system at Eastman’s 900 acre Kingsport, TN plant which has a capacity of 160 megawatts with a fleet of 17 boilers.

The SE-CEAC will conclude the webinar by demonstrating the CHP Screening Qualification Tool used for site assessments at target facilities, with a focus of CHP feasibility in chemical industries.

Date: July 13,
Time: 12:30-2:00 PM EDT

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