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Jan 21, 2016

HiP Comments on Proposed EPA Clean Power Plan – federal plan, model trading rules and CEIP

The Heat is Power Association today submitted comments to the U.S. EPA regarding the proposed Clean Power Plan federal plan, model trading rules and Clean Energy Incentive Program. HiP commended EPA for recognizing the benefits of non-emitting WHP and for including provisions to permit and encourage WHP as a compliance option in the CPP. In addition, […]


Dec 17, 2015

HiP Urges Leaders in House and Senate to include WHP in ITC

The Heat is Power Association sent letters to Senate and House Leadership urging inclusion of waste heat to power (WHP) in the Sec. 48 investment tax credit in any Manager’s Amendment or other changes to the pending Extenders and Omnibus measures. The Senate Finance Committee early this year reported by voice vote S. 913 (Senators […]


Dec 8, 2015

HiP Supports Exemption from Ontario Boiler Regulation for ORC systems

The Heat is Power Association wrote a letter of support to Ontario’s Ministry of Government and Consumer Services and its Technical Standard & Safety Authority to express support for exempting ORC systems from Boiler reg. 219/01, thus approving the ORC for unattended operation while requiring a lower level of operator certification. In addition, HiP requested […]


Dec 2, 2015

Encourage your Congressmen to support the POWER Act to improve industrial energy efficiency, reduce emissions, create U.S. jobs and increase U.S. competitiveness

Imagine if every time you stopped to buy gas, you spilled two gallons for every one you put in the tank. That’s exactly what happens with energy wasted at factories and power plants across the United States: for every ton of coal burned to generate power, two-thirds of the potential energy is lost. What if […]


Oct 28, 2015

Seven bills, one regulation and one request for comment – all good for WHP!

The Heat is Power Association has been working to include WHP in energy and tax legislation. The bills currently before Congress that support waste heat to power (WHP) are described briefly below, with links to additional information. You can support these efforts by telling your congressmen that their support for these bills is important to your […]