Distributed Generation

(Press Release - 3/2/2006)
Washington, D.C. — Individual utility interconnection and tariff practices continue to be significant barriers faced by combined heat and power (CHP) projects, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) new report...
(Document - 3/1/2006)
In Part I of this 2-part report: with barriers to CHP now increasingly at the local level, the report looks at trends in the utility industry nationwide that may influence adoption of CHP, and at individual utilities’ policies related to CHP in 15...
(Press Release - 7/28/2005)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — As Congress prepares to vote on the energy bill conference report, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's (ACEEE) preliminary analysis shows that the conference bill would save substantially less energy than the...
(Press Release - 3/23/2004)
Washington, D.C. — Fuel cells have been promoted as the next technological leap in the area of power production. In a new report, Stationary Fuel Cells: Future Promise, Current Hype, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)...
(Document - 3/1/2004)
Fuel cells have been promoted as the next technological leap in the area of power production. While they do hold great promise for providing clean and reliable power, the reality remains that fuel cells are still a developing technology with much...
(Document - 10/1/2003)
This report presents the national update of the legislative and regulatory policies of states regarding combined heat and power (CHP) through fall 2003. It includes a state-by-state table of policies and a listing of recommendations for creating...
(Press Release - 3/5/2003)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) said that the energy bill recently introduced in the House contains important energy efficiency...
(Document - 1/1/2003)
In the five years since CHP (combined heat and power) emerged onto the policy scene, significant progress has been made in raising the awareness of its benefits and addressing barriers hindering its adoption. However, many of the utility barriers...
(Document - 9/1/2002)
This nationwide study examines the legislative and regulatory policies governing combined heat and power (CHP) by states. It includes a state-by-state table of policies and a listing of recommendations for creating policies that encourage the use...
(Document - 8/28/2002)
Create a level playing field for combined heat and power (CHP) systems to secure the national benefits of significant improvements in energy efficiency and electric power reliability in US markets. To develop model legislative language that can...