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Nationwide Combined Heat and Power Projects Earn EPA Recognition
Release Date: 10/25/2005
Contact: John Millett, 202-564-4355 / email@example.com
(Washington, D.C.-10/25/2005) Ten U.S. companies and institutions will be recognized for exemplary "combined heat and power" (CHP) projects by EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The organizations will be recognized in New York City at the 6th Annual National CHP Roadmap Workshop, an event sponsored by DOE and the CHP industry.
Of the 13 recognized projects, each meet EPA criteria for efficiency and fuel savings and make outstanding contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from energy generation. CHP is an efficient, clean, and reliable approach to generating power and thermal energy from a single fuel source. The 13 projects represent annual savings of over 2.2 million metric tons of carbon equivalent, which is the equivalent of removing the annual greenhouse gas emissions of 366,000 cars.
EPA's CHP Partnership is a voluntary program that supports energy users, industry, state, and local governments, and other stakeholders to develop new projects with well-balanced energy, environmental, and economic benefits through the application of combined heat and power technologies.
Winners of EPA's 2005 ENERGY STAR CHP Awards include:
· Weyerhaeuser Company for the Hawesville CHP Project, Hawesville, KY
· Middlebury College for its campus CHP Project, Middlebury, VT
· Cinergy Solutions and BP Global Power for BP's refinery in Texas City, TX
· American DG New York and Rego Park Nursing Home for the Rego Park CHP Project, Flushing, NY
· Arrow Linen for their CHP Project, Brooklyn, NY
· Bay Park Associates for their Sea Rise I and II apartment buildings, Brooklyn, NY
· American DG New York and Hermany Farms Dairy for the Hermany Farms CHP Project, Bronx, NY
· American DG New York and Greenpark Care Center for the Greenpark CHP Project, Brooklyn, NY
Organizations receiving Certificates of Recognition for their leadership in implementing CHP include:
· Waldbaums (A&P) Supermarket, for their CHP project in Hauppauge, NY
· 4C Foods for their CHP project in Brooklyn, NY
· 10 West 66th Street Corp., a property management company, for their CHP project, New York City, NY
· American DG New York
· Holliswood Care Center for the Holliswood CHP Project, Hollis, NY
The New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) provided support for nine of the projects including: Rego Park Nursing Home,Arrow Linen, 4C Foods, Sea Rise I and II, 10 West 66th Street, Hermany Farms Dairy, Holliswood Care Center, Greenpark Care Center and Waldbaums (A&P) Supermarket.
For more information on EPA's CHP Partnership, see: http://www.epa.gov/chp/
For more information on the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA), see: http://www.nyserda.org