Combined Heat and Power (CHP, or cogeneration) refers to the use of a heat engine or a power station to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat. Despite being available in the market for more than 100 years, this technology remains highly underutilized but the market is now on the verge of a very exciting phase of development. Cogeneration plants are common in the United States, and their number is rapidly increasing in Europe.
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