Overview

This 1-day Introduction Combined Heat and Power (CHP) course covers the fundamental technical, economic and regulatory knowledge related to cogeneration. These topics are presented in sufficient detail to allow participants to develop an understanding of the entire process, including load assessment, systems design principles and economic analysis.

 

This course aims at providing the engineering specialist with the knowledge required to investigate CHP technologies for a specific application. A comprehensive assessment of process or building loads (both electrical and heating and/or cooling) represents the starting point in the decision and selection process. Understanding the operation of various CHP system components (prime mover, heat recovery and thermally activated technologies) is also required. Finally, the optimum solution will be selected based on economic analysis.

 

Energy and GHG Management Training Program for federal employees: Gratis!

This course is eligible for the Energy and GHG Management Training Program offered by the NRCan’s Greening Government Support Services to federal employees. If you want to attend this course, please send an email at: nrcan.greeninggovernment-gouvernementvert.rncan@canada.ca

Agenda

Topics Covered

  • CHP benefits

  • Load assessment

  • System design principles

  • Power generation equipment

  • Heat recovery technologies

  • Economic analysis

  • Regulatory and policy impact

  • Case studies

TRAINER(S)

Dragos Paraschiv

Dragos Paraschiv is a licensed professional engineer in the Province of Ontario and a LEED Accredited Professional. His experience in energy efficiency includes several European Union projects in the field of energy management, where he was responsible for the development of community energy management plans and pilot projects. Working for a Canadian ESCO, Dragos was involved in the design of commercial mechanical systems, as well as central plants retrofit projects. Consulting services included load calculations, equipment selection, energy analysis and preparation of tender documentation and construction site supervision. Dragos has gained experience in all aspects of Energy Performance Contracting including auditing, design, performance measurement and verification, contract administration and program management. Dragos has a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Power Engineering.

The course includes...

Please note that breakfast, lunch, as well as morning and afternoon coffee breaks are included in the course fee.

POLICIES

If you are unable to attend the course, you may substitute another person in your place without penalty. All cancellations or postponements must be communicated to CIET by email at info@cietcanada.com.
 

  • Registrations cancelled more than 4 weeks prior to the course starting date: no penalty.
  • Registrations cancelled between 2 and 4 weeks prior to the course starting date will be assessed an administration charge of $50.
  • Registrations cancelled 2 weeks or less prior to the course starting date will be assessed 50% of the registration fee.

$ Fees

Early bird fee $445
Regular fee
(After April 25, 2018)
$495
Continuing Education Units (CEU) 0.7
CSEP points 2
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LOCATION

Ramada Plaza Toronto
300 Jarvis Street
Toronto, M5B 2C5
Phone: (416) 977-4823
Fax: (416) 977-4830

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