Micro-CHP in buildings

Publication

Cogeneration 2050: the role of cogeneration in a European decarbonised energy system

It is difficult to argue that Europe can afford to waste energy. Increasing fuel prices, security of supply, increasing global competition and budget constraints all signal that Europe must shift to a more efficient energy future.
Using the...

Publication

Micro-CHP Accelerator

By producing both useful heat and electricity locally, combined heat and power (CHP) systems can potentially achieve lower overall carbon emissions than conventional heating systems and grid electricity.

The Carbon Trust’s Micro-CHP...

News

ene.field – the smart energy solution – European project gains further momentum

The EU co-funded ene.field project, the largest demonstration of micro FC-CHP in Europe, chose Berlin for its second project meeting in order to build on the already extensive fuel cell experience in Germany.

ene.field, which will place up to 1,000 micro FC-CHP units in homes in Europe, is working closely with the Callux project, Germany’s biggest demonstration of fuel cell heating systems for domestic use. Partners of the ene.field team are...
News

ene.field Website Launch

www.enefield.eu launched with the latest on Europe’s newest smart energy solution

The ene.field project is the largest European demonstration of the latest smart energy solution for private homes, micro-CHP. It would enable up to 1,000 households across europe to experience the benefits of this new energy solution.The...
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ene.field Leaflet

The ene.field project is the largest European demonstration of the latest smart energy
solution for private homes, micro-CHP. It would enable up to 1000 households across europe to experience the benefits of this new energy solution.

European-wide field trials for residential fuel cell micro-CHP
Event

COGEN Europe Annual Conference & Dinner 2013

COGEN Europe is pleased to announce its upcoming Annual Conference & Dinner 2013. The Conference is the biggest annual gathering of cogeneration stakeholders in Europe and the dinner is an opportunity for policy, business and research experts...

Array RegistrationIf you are interested in participating, please fill in the Registration Form below and send it by email or by fax to:Tanya CarreT: +32 2 772 82 90F: +32 2 772 50 44Email: info@cogeneurope.eu 
Publication

Energy-efficient refurbishment of public buildings in Serbia

In order to contribute to global initiatives for reducing energy consumption through energy efficiency increase, Serbia has adopted a set of related national regulations and invested in several large energy-efficient refurbishment projects...

Case

Warsaw - Powering the city through cogeneration

Energy specialists call the combined use of heat and power cogeneration. Warsaw’s cogeneration consists of using the heat that is produced during electricity production in power plants for heating buildings and water, instead of treating it as...

As a signatory to the ambitious Covenant of Mayors initiative, and as part of its ongoing commitment to reducing carbon emissions, Warsaw is addressing a number of issues including promoting energy-efficient vehicles and renewable energy...