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Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership

Steps to Becoming a CHP Partner

  1. Participation in the CHP Partnership begins when you submit and EPA approves a Partner's Letter of Intent, as well as a completed Reporting Form (XLS) (1 pg, 83K). The date on the Letter of Intent is the "join date" for the Partner.
    • When organizations join EPA's Combined Heat and Power Partnership, they agree to describe their CHP-related activity and provide data on operational and planned CHP projects.
    • We understand that our Partners require confidentiality, especially on planned projects. We use project information internally only.
  2. After the EPA CHP team receives the Letter of Intent and Reporting Form, you will receive a package of welcome materials providing an introduction to the Partnership. The EPA CHP team will also contact the partner liaison you designate to introduce ourselves and answer any questions.

Once your organization becomes a Partner, the time and resource investment on your part is minimal. See Partner Responsibilities.

Please contact us at chp@epa.gov or (703) 373-8108 if you have questions or would like assistance in becoming a Partner.