The European Cogeneration Review – Germany is the third in a series of country reports that COGEN Europe will issue over the coming 12 months on cogeneration in Europe. The ECR covers the latest developments in the cogeneration sector, looking at market potentials and policy implications.
COGEN Europe is delighted to welcome new member APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH. APROVIS specialises in exhaust heat recovery for the combined heat and power business. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Germany, APROVIS units are installed across the globe.
COGEN Europe invites you to join us on 25 February 2015 to discuss the 'Benefits of Decentralised Production of Heat and Power: householders and small energy users in the spotlight'.
Cogeneration has the potential to deliver substantial primary energy savings in Europe by 2030, confirms a major new report representing the culmination of the EU-funded project CODE 2.
Heating and Cooling in the European Energy Transition
Charlemagne Building, European Commission, Brussels