Nextgen 2015, the leading trade show dedicated to the future of energy generation, is taking place in early October, and BasePower has been invited to take part in a seminar on CHP.
George Fowkes, a BasePower Director, will join industry speakers in: Low Carbon Generation Sources: CHP and its role in decentralised energy systems, scheduled for Thursday 8 October at 10.50am.
For businesses with high energy costs such as food manufacturing, chilled logistics and data centres, CHP projects promise carbon reduction and significant cost savings, however many projects fail to get past the feasibility stage as not enough uses can be found to capture the heat which is generated.
In a presentation entitled How to put the H back into CHP, George Fowkes will share some of Basepower's techniques for finding and exploiting heat uses, and highlight some of the common mistakes to avoid when embarking upon CHP projects. The session will be chaired by Adam Wray-Summerson of Clarke Energy.
Nextgen 2015 takes place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 7-8 October and is free to attend. To register visit: http://bit.ly/1MRZwGd