As concerns over climate change and the price of fossil based energy continue to rise, the U.S. will experience a noticeable shift toward the use of alternative energy solutions. One of the big players in this market is biogas, a clean and efficient energy resource produced from the breakdown of organic waste. Market sectors including agriculture, food processing, organics recycling, waste water treatment and others provide viable opportunities to utilize biogas for fueling combined heat and power (CHP) systems, units capable of simultaneously generating electricity and thermal energy from a single fuel source.
The U.S Department of Energy Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnership (CHP TAP) and the Center for Sustainable Energy invite you to an informational webinar on the do’s and don’ts of biogas CHP project development. At this webinar, speakers from the U.S. DOE Pacific CHP TAP, DE Solutions Group, Self-Generation Incentive Program, and the Point Loma Waste Water Treatment Plant will discuss the biogas market outlook, the strategies to implement successful biogas fueled CHP projects, resources available for project development, and lessons learned.