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Jun 16, 2015

Webinar on Waste Heat to Power Market Assessment: Opportunities, Technologies and Barriers

You’re invited to join The Heat is Power Association and The Pew Charitable Trusts for a webinar introducing the Waste Heat to Power Market Assessment, a report recently released by ICF International for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The webinar will highlight key findings, methodology, and next steps from the […]


Jun 15, 2015

Heat is Power Supports the POWER Act and Commends its Sponsors

POWER Act would add WHP to 30% ITC The Heat is Power Association applauds Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Bob Casey (D-PA) and Representatives Tom Reed (R-NY) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) for introducing the Power Efficiency and Resiliency Act (POWER Act), S. 1516 and H.R. 2657, introduced on June 4.  The legislation introduced by these Congressional leaders and […]


Jun 4, 2015

HiP Welcomes Two New Members

Cool Energy and CSE Join the Heat is Power Association Oak Brook, IL – June 4, 2015 –The Heat is Power Association (HiP) is pleased to welcome two new members. Cool Energy, based in Boulder, CO, is developer of the ThermoHeart™ Engine, a Stirling cycle engine that captures medium temperature (150°C to 400°C) waste heat […]


May 21, 2015

Energy Tax Reform

As Congress considers comprehensive tax reform, the Heat is Power Association (HiP) promotes two options to level the playing field for waste heat to power (WHP): Provide technology neutral incentives that identify outcomes (e.g., power generated from low- and zero-emitting power sources) or add WHP to the existing 30 percent ITC. Read HiP’s letter to […]


Apr 15, 2015

HiP Energy Tax Reform Comments to Senate Finance Committee

The Heat is Power Association (HiP) today provided comments to the Senate Finance Committee regarding tax reform. HiP recommends replacing the current tax structure, which provide incentives for specified known technologies, with comprehensive energy tax reform that encourages innovation and new approaches through technology neutral incentives that identify outcomes (e.g., power generated from readily available […]