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Combined Heat and Power Generation in Liberalised Markets and a Carbon-Constrained World

By Reinhard Madlener and Christiane Schmid


Combined heat and power (CHP) generation is a possibility to use fuels more efficiently. Its environmental and socio-economic benefits, however, depend on the input fuel and the technology used and the energy system replaced. Quality criteria, such as those foreseen in the forthcoming CHP Directive of the EU, help to foster options with a low environmental impact and a high greenhouse gas mitigation potential. Energy market liberalisation can be a chance for these new technologies, provided existing barriers are being eliminated. Abstract & Keywords ➪ p. 15

Year: 2011
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