American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A process in which an industrial facility uses its waste energy to produce heat or electricity.
“This generator, known as a cogeneration plant, or cogen, can reduce energy costs.”
“Combined heat and power (CHP) station: also referred to as a cogeneration plant.”
“For industry, we're providing a 10 percent investment tax credit for combined heat and power systems, frequently called cogeneration equipment.”
“There are large cities -- of between 300,000 and 1,000,000 inhabitants -- which are already being heated by nuclear energy, and they are combining, what could be called cogeneration, to put it in the terms used at the forum, of heat and electricity.”
“The resultant heat generated also warms buildings in gas-boiler-sized boxes known as cogeneration fuel cells.”
“Calpine has the largest fleet of CHP, also known as cogeneration, plants in the U.S. The”
“Excess heat produced in producing electricity meanwhile is piped to local households and businesses for heating using a process called cogeneration or combined heat and power”
“Combined heat and power, also known as cogeneration, means capturing heat that's otherwise wasted in industrial processes or other arenas to generate more power.”
“Recycled energy -- otherwise known as cogeneration, or combined heat and power, or waste heat, or simultaneous recyclo-combinatory hot-waste power re-generation -- is an odd bird in the energy debate.”
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