Volume 2 - Industrial Fuel Diversity

Current and Potential CHP Use in the NY/New England Food Processing Sector

Tom Bourgeois, Mackenzie Schoonmaker, Pace University Energy Project; Doug Hinrichs, SENTECH, Inc.

Turning Methane into Money: Cost-Effective Methane Co-Generation Using Microturbines at a Small, Rural Wastewater Plant

Gillian Eaton, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation; James L. Jutras, Village of Essex Junction, Vermont

Fuel Mix Diversity, Sustainability, and Energy Security

Michael Fisher, Brynhildur Davidsdottir, Abt Associates, Inc.

Landfill Gas Direct Use in Industrial Facilities

Al Hildreth, General Motors Corporation, Worldwide Facilities Group, 2005

The Influence of Distributed Energy Resources on the Hourly Clearing Price of Electricity in a Restructured Market

Dragoljub Kosanovic, Lawrence Ambs, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Christopher Beebe, Keyspan Energy

Examples Where CHP Cuts Costs and Improves Reliability at Industrial Sites

Dana L. Levy, Jacqueline M. Lendrum, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

The Return of the Steam Engine

Michael R. Muller, Rutgers University, Center for Advanced Energy Systems

Alternative Energy for the Chemical Processing Industry

Edward A. Murphree, The Dow Chemical Company

Oil Depletion and Industrial Adaptation in New York State

William W. Reinhardt, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

Boiling the Wort and Cooling the Brew: Combined Heat and Power Opportunities for Small and Regional Brewers

William H. Steigelmann, Eric R. Coffman, Rosa Cassidy, Aspen Systems Corporation