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Jun 14, 2018

Heat is Power Welcomes Our Newest Member

RedWave Energy Inc. Joins the Heat is Power Association Denver, CO – June 14, 2018 –The Heat is Power Association (HiP) is pleased to welcome our newest member, RedWave Energy, Inc. RedWave’s nano-antenna based technology directly converts low temperature industrial waste heat into electricity without additional fuel and without generating emissions. RedWave’s proprietary process prints […]


Apr 3, 2018

Don’t waste heat. Recycle it into power!

Colorado Energy Office reaches out to oil and gas industry to generate recycled energy The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) is offering information and support to the oil and gas industry to encourage use of waste heat to generate electricity without emissions. Recycled Energy — also known as waste heat to power — is a form of clean energy that […]


Jan 5, 2018

40+ organizations urge Congress to add WHP to Tax Extender Act of 2017

The Senate Finance Committee is considering a bill, the Tax Extender Act of 2017, that would continue the Sec. 48 investment tax credit (ITC) for certain clean energy technologies that were not included in the tax reform bill passed by Congress and signed by the President at the end of December. However, the Extender bill […]


Dec 12, 2017

HiP urges inclusion of WHP in tax bill

HiP urges Congress to clarify Sec. 48 eligibility for WHP as Senate and House conferees reconcile the House and Senate versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Key points of HiP letter to conferees: The incremental costs of the WHP provision in S. 1409 would be limited It is exceedingly difficult to develop this […]


Nov 10, 2017

HiP urges inclusion of S.1409 in Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Heat is Power Association sent letters urging Senate Finance Committee members to include S. 1409, the Heller, Carper, Graham, Casey bill, in the Senate tax reform proposal, Tax Cut and Jobs Act. Inclusion of S. 1409 is critically important to the WHP industry as only legislative clarification can remedy the inequity created by imprecise drafting when Congress […]