San Francisco, CA – June 26, 2012 — Mr. Ron Ishii, President of AESC Inc., will be teaching a class on Combined Heat and Power (CHP) at Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E’s) Pacific Energy Center located at 851 Howard Street San Francisco on August 14, 2012. Mr. Ishii will describe available CHP technologies, fuels, operation and configurations. He will also explain how CHP systems work, typical capacity ranges, siting requirements, where they can be best applied, greenhouse gas impacts, economic analysis and what financial incentives are available including the statewide Self-Generation Incentive Program.
Detailed information about the course and sign-up instructions can be found at PG&E’s Pacific Energy Center’s website . This class is designed for anyone interested in understanding the various types of CHP systems, their basic operation and how they can be successfully applied.
The Pacific Energy Center offers educational programs, design tools, advice, and support to create energy efficient buildings and comfortable indoor environments.
AESC provides high quality engineering and management services to enable rapid deployment of efficient, cost-effective, reliable and environmentally friendly energy systems. AESC’s customized engineering solutions and services are provided to utilities, government agencies, and other organizations that seek to improve energy production, delivery, and end use. Founded in 1994, AESC has offices in Carlsbad, San Diego, Pasadena, and Concord, California.