Useful thermal energy

Useful thermal energy means, with regard to a cogeneration unit, thermal energy that is:
(1) Made available to an industrial or commercial process (not a power production process), excluding any heat contained in condensate return or makeup water;
(2) Used in a heating application (e.g., space heating or domestic hot water heating); or
(3) Used in a space cooling application (i.e., thermal energy used by an absorption chiller).


40 CFR § 96.302

Scoping language

The terms used in this subpart and subparts BBBB through IIII shall have the meanings set forth in this section as follows:

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