Combined Heat and Power Alliance


The Combined Heat and Power Alliance, formerly known as the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency, is a coalition of business, labor, contractor, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions who share the vision that combined heat and power can make America’s manufacturers and other businesses more competitive, reduce energy costs, enhance grid reliability and reduce emissions.

Combined heat and power (CHP) and waste heat to power (WHP) could provide 20 percent of America’s electricity while cutting emissions and slashing energy costs for U.S. manufacturers and other businesses. The Alliance leads its members’ education and lobbying activities with Congress and the Administration and state policymakers, develops coordinated communications strategies, and mobilizes members and affiliates to support expanded awareness of the use of CHP and WHP. The Alliance is guided by its Steering Committee and Affiliate Members and staffed by David Gardiner and Associates

Member since 2014