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Building Integration of Micro-Generation Technologies Seminar Presentations

Introduction to the IEA/ECBCS Annex 54

Dr. Evgueniy Entchev, Natural Resources Canada - CanmetENERGY Research Centre  

Keynote Presentation

Integration of Micro-CHP in the United States
Dr. Bruce Hedman, ICF International

Commercialization Programs and Strategies: An International Perspective

An Overview of the State of Microgeneration Technologies in the UK
Dr. Nick Kelly, University of Strathclyde – Energy Systems Research Unit

Commercialization of Micro-Cogeneration Technologies –the German Approach
Dr. Peter Tzscheutschler, Tech. University of Munich - Institute for Energy Economy & Application Technology

Introduction of Micro-gen in Japan
Tatsuo Sakonji, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

Commercialization Programs and Strategies: United States

ENERGY STAR®Emerging Technology Efforts
Peter Banwell, U.S Environmental Protection Agency

Micro-Generation: A View from the Grid

Utility Perspective of Micro-CHP  
John Rathbun, National Grid

NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Program
Steve Bushby, NIST – Mechanical Systems and Controls Group Leader

    Integration of Micro-Generation:  Case Studies

Applications Considerations for Combined Heat & Power in Multifamily Buildings
Marc Zuluaga, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

Residential & Light Commercial Applications of MicroCHP
Mike Cocking, Marathon Engine Systems

Single-Family Application of freewatt® Micro-CHP –A Case Study
Karl Mayer, ECR International, Inc.

Technical Assessments of Micro-Generation Technologies

Experiences with Micro-Cogeneration in Residential Buildings in Germany
Dr. Peter Tzscheutschler, Tech. University of Munich - Institute for Energy Economy & Application Technology

Assessing Micro-Gen in Canada
Hajo Ribberink, Natural Resources Canada - CanmetENERGY Research Centre

Assessing Micro-Gen in Italy
Dr. Maurizio Sasso, University of Sannio

Technical Assessment of Micro-Generation Technologies within the United States
Mark Davis, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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