Emissions models for CHP systems 'fail to capture benefits'

The report reviews existing models' attempts to quantify or describe the emissions effects of CHP systems. The models surveyed vary in design scope, and detail, but they all commonly seek to capture the functions of an energy economy and use knowledge of economic interactions to simulate the effects of economic and policy changes.

Power project developer IPSA has confirmed the timetable for commencing the commercial operation of its first cogeneration plant in South Africa. Subject to the final granting of a generation licence by NERSA, South Africa's power regulator, the Newcastle Cogeneration Plant in KwaZulu Natal was expected to enter into commercial operation in February.

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