Combined Heat and Power
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Understanding the Benefits of Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
October 6, 2016, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Fundamental principles of CHP
Benefits of CHP
• Energy conservation
• Decentralization of generation
• Emission reduction
Economics of CHP
Laws, Regulations and Building Codes Impacting CHP
October 6, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30 PM CDT
Federal environmental regulations
Building code considerations
Impact on LEED and other sustainable certifications
Examining CHP Technologies
October 7, 2016, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Moving to CHP: Analysis, Modeling and Case Studies
October 7, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30 PM CDT
Understanding existing pre-CHP conditions
Performing load analysis
• Electric load analysis
• Thermal load analysis
Thermal and electrical interconnection
Selecting a prime mover
• Capital costs
• Operation and maintenance expense
• Return on investment, lifecycle analysis
• Financial incentives
Analyzing public and private CHP case studies
6.0 HSW Contact Hours
6.0 HSW LUs
Continuing Education Credit Information
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Andrew Larkin, P.E., C.E.M.Vice President Engineering and Project Management, Facilities and Building Services at Veolia North America, New York, NY
Mr. Larkin is responsible for managing a team responsible for providing expertise on or providing the technical solutions to wide ranging energy projects, including simple cycle and combined cycle cogeneration plants, central heating and cooling facilities, renewable energy projects, and others. He also has managed the engineering of several energy projects from development through start up, commissioning and performance testing. Mr. Larkin earned his B.A. degree in English from Franklin and Marshall College, B.S.M.E. degree and M.S. degree in Engineering Management from Drexel University, and has been involved in the energy business for over 34 years.
Veolia is the world’s leading provider of environmental solutions – dedicated to customized, cost-effective solutions that reflect best practices, environmental protection and a better quality of life. Veolia’s vision is to solve complex challenges in water, waste, and energy, in order to shape a more sustainable world.