NECHPI is a group of individuals, organizations, and state and federal agencies, committed to promoting and implementing Combined Heat and Power in the Northeast.  This web site is dedicated to providing information about CHP, NECHPI, and its program partners.

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is proven technology capable of providing reliable and efficient electricity and thermal energy in the form of heating, cooling, and steam, while ensuring lower impacts on air, water and precious natural resources.  Nationally, the U.S Department of Energy estimates that CHP produced 46 GW of power.  DOE’s goal is to double that supply to 92 GW by 2010. 

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March 29, 2007
District heat & power project in Brattleboro, Vermont
Potential district heat & power project in Brattleboro, Vermont Information at: http://www.energy.rochester.edu/brattleboro/ The Trust Company of Vermont invites you to a Forum on a proposed Brattleboro Biomass District Heat/Power System Please join us to learn more about a proposal to build a biomass co- generation system in Brattleboro intended to furnish lower cost heat and cooling to local businesses and residents. more…

April 16-17, 2007
USCHPA Advocacy Day 1 & Day 2 more…

April 27, 2007
DClean Energy Tech: Pathways to Adoption – Boston University
This conference will explore market opportunities for cutting-edge and emerging ‘Clean Energy Technologies’. Speakers and panelists will discuss and analyze market needs and investment opportunities for clean alternate energy technologies. The topics will include high efficiency power generation from fossil-based and bio fuels, as well as renewable energy technologies. more…


February 20, 2007
NECHPI General Meeting
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January 18, 2007
Westboro, MA
Symposium “How Much Distributed Energy Will Benefit the Massachusetts Economy?”

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December 19, 2007
NECHPI General Meeting
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CHP Case Studies
from the Northeast CHP Application Center

A CHP Must Read
Northeast CHP Roadmap
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