Clean Power Generation/CHP/Energy Recycling

Clean Power Generation/CHP/Energy Recycling is a diverse initiative promoting clean energy technologies, distributed energy systems, and waste heat recovery to improve energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions, optimize fuel flexibility, and lower company operating costs. A goal is to work with the West Virginia Division of Energy (WVDE) and other partners to advance CHP and waste heat recovery in West Virginia. At a state level, this initiative will support the national goal to achieve 40 GW of new, cost-effective CHP by 2020.

Example Research Projects

  • Waste Heat Energy Recovery Project at Globe Metallurgical

Contact:

Carl Irwin
IOF-WV Program
WVU National Research Center for Coal & Energy
(304) 293-7318
Carl.Irwin@mail.wvu.edu

Ed Crowe
IOF-WV Program
WVU National Research Center for Coal & Energy
(304) 293-6449
Ed.Crowe@mail.wvu.edu