Oak Ridge lab launches info site

Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Cooling Heating and Power Technologies programme team have launched a new website that details much of their research and testing with various forms of cogeneration and CHP.

The team, from within the Energy and Transportation Science Division (ETSD) at Oak Ridge, works with industry, academia, other national labs, and the federal government to develop cost-effective technologies that increase energy efficiency, reduce peak power demand, ensure better power reliability and quality, and reduce emissions.

The new site is at: http://www.coolingheatingpower.org/



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