Last week, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio announced that the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released "three products designed to help utilities, policymakers, regulators and end-users understand the value" that combined heat and power (CHP) can offer an energy system. According to the bulletin, the three products are:

  • a detailed externally reviewed report describing the benefits of CHP and the manner in which utilities are currently valuing them;
  • a white paper for electric utilities interested in better understanding how their peers are valuing CHP; and
  • a white paper for natural gas distribution utilities exploring how CHP can be a strategic business opportunity.

For a summary of the three reports, read this ACEEE blog post.