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Jun 23, 2014

Waste Heat to Power Included in Bipartisan Power Efficiency and Resiliency (POWER) Act

Oak Brook, IL – June 23, 2014 – The Heat is Power Association is pleased to offer its full support for the Power Efficiency and Resiliency (POWER) Act, introduced in the House June 19.  Among the important provisions is the addition of waste heat to power (WHP) as a newly eligible, qualifying energy resource to [...]

May 2, 2014

Tell the Senate to vote “YES” to the EXPIRE Act to add waste heat to power (WHP) to the Investment Tax Credit (ITC)

Click to see the new ad campaign that promotes adding WHP to the ITC.  Contact your Senators and spread the word to others interested in promoting emission-free waste heat to power.  Now is the time!

Mar 28, 2014

Just Released – Three New WHP Project Profiles

The Heat is Power Association is pleased to announce the release of three new Waste Heat to Power (WHP) project profiles. Click through the links below for all the details about WHP in pet coke calcining, fertilizer manufacturing and wastewater treatment. Highlights include: A WHP system captures waste heat that had been vented to the atmosphere [...]

Mar 24, 2014

WHP Business Leaders explain how adding WHP into the ITC can expand the market and increase industrial efficiency

WHP business leaders and experts offer reasons why WHP lags other industrial efficiency, clean energy, and renewable applications and how adding WHP to the Section 48 investment tax credit will accelerate the deployment of WHP projects.  According to one technology developer: “Identifying WHP for the Investment Tax Credit will help U.S. industry increase efficiency, reduce emissions, [...]

Mar 19, 2014

Update on HiP Efforts to qualify WHP for the Investment Tax Credit

The Heat is Power Association continues to push to get WHP included in the the investment tax credit (ITC) under Section 48 of the Internal Revenue Code.  WHP was inadvertently left out of the ITC in 2008 (details in the link below).  In additional to writing letters of support and offering legislative language to Senate Finance Committee [...]