Free Webinar: EPA’s Air Quality Rules for Recip Engines & their Application to CHP

June 24, 2014, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MDT

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) has issued air quality regulations for reciprocating internal combustion engines (RICE) that place requirements on manufacturers, owners and operators of a wide variety of emergency and non-emergency stationary engines including CHP systems that have a gas-fired reciprocating engine as the prime mover. Depending on the engine type, CHP system owners and operators may need to meet operating and maintenance requirements, install controls, or conduct a performance test.

The EPA's Combined Heat and Power Partnership is hosting an interactive webinar that will include:

  • An overview of the regulations
  • A discussion of how the regulations apply to CHP systems
  • A summary of compliance issues affecting CHP systems
  • A step-by-step procedure for how to comply
  • A live demonstration of EPA’s online compliance resources and tools
  • A question-and-answer period

Featured speakers will include:

  • Melanie King, US EPA Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards
  • Roy Crystal, US EPA Region I
  • Susan Lancey, US EPA Region I

Register here.

More information on the EPA’s recip engine rules here.