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 welcomes the European Parliament’s own initiative report as a call for improved legislative environment for highly energy efficient cogeneration (CHP) installations.
COGEN Europe is delighted to welcome Fuji N2telligence GmbH as a new member. The company is now part of Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., a global group that provides innovative electric and thermal energy technologies. Fuji N2telligence’s portfolio includes QuattroGeneration units that supply electricity, heat, cooling and low oxygen air for fire prevention at the same time.
Traditionally, utilities have not been the greatest of allies to decentralized energy projects â too often they saw modern, smaller-scale generation schemes simply as opposition to their traditional business of bringing power from remote power stations to their customers.