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Regulatory IssuesRegulatory IssuesGearoid FoleyCHP systems are covered by various federal, state, and local regulations, which must be thoroughly understood by anyone either considering installing a CHP system or by anyone operating a CHP system. Regulations can influence the sizing, selection, and cost of the CHP system, define minimum efficiencies, and can provide financial support. Other key regulations control allowable emissions and interconnection methods which in turn affect CHP system configuration as well as accessory equipment requirements. This chapter discusses the development of CHP related regulations from a U.S. fe…
Milton Meckler; Lucas Hyman: Sustainable On-Site CHP Systems: Design, Construction, and Operations. Regulatory Issues, Chapter
(McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering