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