We share significant national goals; updating the aging electric system, reducing climate change-causing emissions, and helping U.S. industry be more competitive.

The combined heat and power industry offers a solution that reduces energy costs for businesses while supporting a renewed utility system and lowering emissions.

This CHP Spring Policy Forum will focus on progress being made nationwide on CHP goals, and on Federal and State policies to support deployment and remove barriers to this highly efficient and resilient form of distributed generation.

Registration

Member

$475 $400 EARLY BIRD

Gov/Non-Profit/Academic

$375 $300 EARLY BIRD

Non-Member

$575 $500 EARLY BIRD

*Early Bird Registration open until May 1st

Click here to register

Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to view all the benefits of sponsoring the 2014 Policy Forum.