Combined Heat and Power Association

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Combined Heat and Power Association
Abbreviation CHPA
Formation 1967
Legal status Non-profit company
Purpose Cogeneration in the United Kingdom
Location
  • Grosvenor Gardens House, 35/37 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1W 0BS
Region served UK
Membership c. 100 including energy, construction and manufacturing companies, universities and local councils
Director Graham Meeks
Website CHPA

The Combined Heat and Power Association is an energy organisation based in the United Kingdom.

Structure[edit]

It is situated on Dean Farrar Street, near St. James Park Underground station.

Members[edit]

Members of the CHPA include:

Function[edit]

It supports companies involved in cogeneration, which is sometimes referred to as district heating, whereby waste heat from power generation is used for heating. Smaller units are referred to as MicroCHP.

Many CHP schemes in the UK are found in hotels, hospitals, universities and leisure centres. The largest CHP plant in Europe is the Immingham Power Station.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1967 as the District Heating Association.

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