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Cogeneration is defined as the production of electricity by utilizing the waste energy (heat) from an existing prime mover, such as an engine, microturbine, large gas turbine. Alternative on-site energy sources can also be used, such as the catalytic cat cracker in an oil refinery. The electricity generated can be used to drive building and facility systems that produce hot water, chilled water, or hot air. Cogeneration systems, therefore, lower the demand for purchased electricity.
This program brings you up to speed on current cogeneration systems and technologies. It highlights how and where to look for uses of cogeneration and provides examples of projects and the economic benefits. The instructor demonstrates how to measure economic benefits using a proprietary Economic Analysis Program, which attendees gain at the end of the course for their personal use..
You earn 0.6 CEU | 6 PDH | 1.2 AEE Credits for completing this program
Attending this program is an ideal opportunity to participate in a focused, fast-paced instructional program, designed to expand your knowledge of cogeneration. The program is presented in short 3-hour sessions over the course of two days to allow professionals to attend while still maintaining their current work schedule.
Attendees can participate in this online program from anywhere you have access to a high-speed internet connection or access via smartphone/tablet.