Engineers, architects, professional installers. Managers and Directors intending to invest in this technology or who wish to find out how CHP works, and those who have to evaluate the benefits of adopting CHP technology.
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What is CHP?
Market, resources and targets overview
The physics principles (energy content, types of technologies)
Design guidance (types, sizing, selecting, manufacturers)
Environmental impact and analysis
Finance, regulation and incentives (MCS, RHI, CCL)
Case studies, best practice analysis
References and further reading
Certificate of Participation provided.
On successful completion of this course, participants are eligible to sit the Exam for the:
The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) has been achieved by participants worldwide for over 40 years, from organisations such as Coca Cola, Mitsubishi, United Nations UNDP, Siemens, Cambridge University, Oxfam GB, Tesco, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Honeywell and many more.
Distance Learning Course
£540 as a standalone course
£324 as part of an Energy Expert Certificate pathway
The Combined Heat & Power course price includes exam for Galileo Master Certificate; live training; course materials; Certificate of Participation and is inclusive of VAT.
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*Spaces are limited, we therefore recommend reserving your space as soon as possible.
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