The HARC Clean Energy program leads the Southwest Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership (SW CHP TAP), sponsor
In 2018, HARC launched the Flaring Issues, Solutions and Technologies (FIST) project with the objective of evaluating the current state of technologies addressing flaring of natural gas at wells sites through a series of stakeholder workshops across the U.S.
Join the Department of Energy’s Upper-West CHP TAP and ICLEI on May 16, for a half-day workshop on how combined heat and power (CHP) can provide cost effective, reliable power and enhance the resilience of public and private facilities across Colorado.
Register for HARC’s Flaring Issues, Solutions and Technologies Workshops on April 17 and April 23.
The U.S. Department of Energy approved a proposal under a non-competitive action from Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) to conduct workshops regarding flaring mitigation and to update a related 2015 white paper as part of the research study.