Making Combined Heat and Power District Heating(CHP-DH) networks in the United Kingdom economically viable: a comparative approach
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- Scott Kelly & Michael Pollitt, 2009. "Making Combined Heat and Power District Heating (CHP-DH) Networks in the United Kingdom Economically Viable: A Comparative Approach," Working Papers EPRG 0925, Energy Policy Research Group, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
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KeywordsESCO; Combined Heat and Power (CHP); Co-generation Energy Service Company; District Heating; Community Heating; Renewable Energy; Energy Efficiency; Private Wire Network (PWN);
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- NEP-ENE-2009-11-21 (Energy Economics)
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