CHP webinar with CIBSE Certification Ltd
CHP Operation – Financial and Carbon savings
On Monday 18th May at 3pm, Andrew Gardner of 2EA, in conjunction with Chris Marsland and CIBSE Certification Ltd, will be leading a webinar on Combined Heat and Power (CHP) operations, looking at both financial and carbon savings.
This webinar will explain CHP technology before providing useful examples from a real-building case study to illustrate how you can calculate both the financial and carbon benefits of operating a CHP unit.
This webinar will include:
- A look at Climate Change Levy (CCL)
- A look at the CHPQA Programme
- Understanding and calculating CHP running costs
- Understanding and calculating CHP electricity savings
- Understanding and calculating CHP heat savings
- Understanding what a CHP is
- Understanding what a CHP does
- The correct CHP sizing
- The benefits to a site of having a CHP unit
- The pitfalls to consider
- A comparison to other systems
To join our free webinar, please follow the link below:
Meet the Speakers
Chris has worked in the CHP industry since 1998. Along with once being the chair of the Technical Committee at the Association of Manufacturers of Power Generating Systems, Chris has been Technical Director of Ener-G, Chair of the Commercial Forum at the Association of Decentralised Energy, and Chair of New Energy Services & Heat Committee at Energy UK.
Chris studied Electrical Engineering and Electronics at the University of Liverpool. He obtained a first-class with honours and is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Engineering Technology.
Andrew studied engineering at university before embarking on a successful career within the energy sector. Andrew was part of a government consultation tasked to review Climate Change Taxation and its introduction into the UK, centred around discussions on what exemptions and exclusions should apply.
Further to this, Andrew worked on the exemptions for CHPs under the CHPQA programme for which he also contributed to a paper covering the ‘feasibility of micro CHPs’.
Andrew is a registered Low Carbon Consultant, Low Carbon Energy Assessor and ESOS Lead Assessor, winning awards in 2009, 2010 and 2012 as the low carbon consultant of the year. Being a member of the Institute of Directors and with over 19 years of experience in climate change taxation and over 20 years experience in the CHP industry, Andrew is highly regarded as an expert in these fields.