Proposed amendments to regulations under the Environmental Protection Act and the Environmental Assessment Act for combined heat and power systems that use natural gas or wood biomass as fuel

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The Government of Ontario announced its intention to modi…

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13 Oct, 2020

Technologies such as natural gas combustion turbines, used for power, or wood-fired combustors, used for heat in connection with a building's comfort heating system for comfort heating, may be coupled with a secondary device to create a combined heat and power (CHP) system.
CHP systems are an energy efficient technology that: generates power and captures the excess heat to provide space heating or steam. Compared to conventional and heat production, CHP systems offer benefits, including:
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