Combined Heat and Power: An Integrated Approach to Energy Resources

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1.5 Hours

FEMP First Thursday Seminar

FEMP First Thursday Seminars provide training for Federal energy and environmental professionals. Leading experts address timely topics in 90-minute sessions, offered live via satellite or through streaming video at your desktop.

Register now to learn about technologies, applications, and successful examples to optimize heat and power resources at your site.

This seminar will help you:

  • Select and evaluate thermal and prime mover technologies to maximize available resources
  • Understand heating and cooling technologies, mechanical drive systems, and local electric generation
  • Learn from successful examples that include contracting and financing options, including energy savings performance contracts
  • Comply with Federal drivers, environmental impacts, regulatory requirements, and other operating environment factors
  • Access available resources throughout the country.

FEMP CEUs awarded upon successful completion of a multiple choice assessment.

Credit and Certificate of Completion:

This FEMP First Thursday Seminar is hosted on the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) learning management system. To take the course, click the Start button below.

To take the multiple choice assessment and print your certificate of completion, register for an account on the WBDG at

If you already have a WBDG account, simply log in at

Once logged in, go to Then scroll down, and follow the instructions for taking the assessment and downloading a certificate.

In partnership with Whole Buildings Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences. IACET logo

Date recorded: February 7, 2013


  • Bob Slattery, R&D Staff Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Read bio.
  • Patricia Welesko Garland, Program Manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Read bio.
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