COGEN Europe, the European association for the promotion of cogeneration, has selected Artelys to study the role of combined heat and power technologies (CHP) in the context of a 2050 climate neutral European economy. Combined heat and power technologies could indeed prove to be a key piece in the portfolio of solutions to achieve the ambitious climate objectives of the European Commission. For that purpose, the analysis carried out by Artelys has been structured into two parts: a first analysis where solutions including CHPs were compared to alternative solutions on seven use cases, and a second analysis focusing on system-level benefits where the deployment of CHP has been optimised in a 2050 climate-neutral scenario. The analysis shows that CHP can be a key technology at both user- and system-levels, and could be deployed economically in a large number of sectors.

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