Speaking before the U.S. Clean Heat and Power Association’s annual meeting October 4, Jason Miller, special assistant for manufacturing policy, said that the industry needs to work with states and utilities to advance President Obama’s goal of installing 40 GW of new generating capacity by 2020. Expanding the use of combined heat and power could save the manufacturing sector $100 billion in energy costs.
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