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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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ene.field passes major milestone in welcoming Viessmann


The ene.field project is delighted to welcome new partner Viessmann, a leading international manufacturer of heating, cooling and climate control technology.

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Investor Confidence Project Europe releases first Building Renovation Investment Protocols


Backed by €1.92 million of Horizon 2020 funding, the Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Europe releases its first draft protocols on 14 September 2015 and is inviting comment prior to the final version in October. The protocols are the first component of the ICP System which standardises how energy efficiency projects are developed and measured.

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New EU energy label to improve micro-CHP awareness among consumers


A new EU energy label launched this weekend paves the way for customers to choose highly-efficient technologies like micro-CHP to heat and power their homes.

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13 - 14 Oct 2015

7th Annual CHP Congress of B.KWK

Berlin, Germany

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13 Oct 2015


Aquapalace Hotel Prague, Čestlice u Prahy, Czech Republic

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22 - 23 Oct 2015

Global Eco Forum Energy | Cities | Climate

Barcelona, Spain

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Cogeneration/CHP News

Energy Efficiency Saves US Manufacturers $2.4 Billion

Energy efficiency has saved large manufacturers in the United States an estimated $2.4 billion in energy costs over the past five years, and could generate over $11 billion in annual energy savings by 2020.Read more about this news item

Utilities concerned as EU to grant energy efficiency greater sway

The European Commission is keen to prioritise greater energy efficiency in a move that has prompted concerns among utilities in terms of impact on their power sales.Read more about this news item

ADE responds to criticism of ‘unnecessary’ decentralised energy

The head of the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has responded to comments from a leading London-based engineering firm who has questioned the necessity of heat network and combined heat and power technologies.Read more about this news item

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