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European Cogeneration Review

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.


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Programme of the 2016 COGEN Europe Annual Conference released!


The European “Power of Heat” Conference to take place in Brussels, on 22-23 March.

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COGEN Europe Annual Conference and Gala Awards Dinner: Sign Up Now!


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COGEN Europe appoints Roberto Francia as new Managing Director.

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Upcoming Events

24 Feb 2016

The OP16 Gas Turbine and Oil & Gas Applications

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14 Mar 2016

Biomass Policies Workshop: How to shape a resource-efficient policy framework for bioenergy?

Amsterdam, within World Bio Markets 2016

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22 - 23 Mar 2016

The Power of Heat: COGEN Europe Annual Conference 2016

Crowne Plaza-Le Palace, Brussels, Belgium

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Cogeneration/CHP News

Ramboll chief lauds potential of UK district heating

The head of Danish heat network specialist Ramboll’s UK office says Britain has great potential for the development of district heating thanks to recent policy movements.Read more about this news item

Kazakhstan aided by EBRD in CHP development

Kazakhstan is building a combined heat and power plant (CHP) with a capacity of 11 MW in the city of Atyrau.Read more about this news item

‘Experimental’ incinerator to heat buildings in Oslo

An experiment to capture carbon dioxide from the fumes of burning rubbish is taking place in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, which could be used to heat buildings in the city.Read more about this news item

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