As grid modernization efforts heat up across the country, combined heat and power (CHP) installations can be used to improve grid services, balance renewable loads, and meet grid modernization objectives . By providing numerous benefits to both customers and utilities, flexible CHP systems can be a powerful tool for building and supporting a modern grid.
Read this ICF white paper to see how CHP can be an ideal solution for many grid modernization efforts.
Supporting Grid Modernization with Flexible CHP SystemsDownload
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