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About CODE and CODE2

Introduction

The CODE project finished in 2011 and its follow-up CODE2 has started on 1 July 2012 (http://www.code2-project.eu/)

The new project will build on the experience and outputs of the previous project by developing 27 National Cogeneration Roadmaps and one European Cogeneration Roadmap.

We suggest that you keep an eye on this website and regular return for CODE2 updates.

 

Case Studies

Cogeneration  - Case Studies Handbook
Cogeneration – Case Studies Handbook

The CODE project produced a Handbook with best practice cases. These examples show the diversity of cogeneration: sizes, applications and fuel types. A selection of innovative case studies from all over Europe has been compiled in the ‘CODE – Cogeneration Case Studies Handbook’. This document also provides insight into what drives a successful cogeneration project. Download the report here

Also find a quick access classification of our case studies here

Latest News

COGEN Europe Press Release – IEE project will develop Cogeneration Roadmaps to stimulate .. 18-07-2012 Providing national policy-makers with a practical tool to realise their country’s identified cogeneration potential is...
Kick-off meeting of CODE2 17-07-2012 The partners of the CODE2 project met on 10-11 July for the kick-off meeting of the CODE2 project. This project builds o...
Proceedings of the CODE Final Dissemination Workshop 11-10-2011 The CODE Final Dissemination Workshop took place on Friday 25 March 2011 in Brussels, the day after the COGEN Europe Ann...

Events Diary

List of CODE events 14-04-2010 CODE Final Dissemination Workshop Third round of CODE workshops CODE debate on European Cogeneration Roadmap Stakehol...
List of Cogeneration Events 11-12-2009 Please click here to see a full list of our events....
Presentation of cogeneration by IEA and COGEN Europe in Copenhagen, Sunday 13 December 2009 09-12-2009 At the GE Bright Green booth in Copenhagen, the International Energy Agency (IEA) and COGEN Europe will talk about cogen...

EACI co-funded project

Executive Agency for Competitiveness & Innovation

The CODE project is co-funded by the Executive Agency for Competitiveness & Innovation (EACI).
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