High Efficiency Combined Heat and Power (HECHP)
The CRU is the appointed body to certify High Efficiency CHP (HECHP). Find out about the certification process and how to apply.
What is HE CHP Certification
HE CHP is defined on the basis of primary energy savings (PES). The certification process helps ensure that the generation plant meets the high-efficiency criteria set out in legislation. HE CHP plants will typically be certified on the basis of operational data for a twelve-month period.
Criteria for certification
The criteria that a CHP generator must comply with to become HE CHP certified, including details of how PES is calculated are in these documents :
The CRU has a standardised process for applications from CHP generators to be assessed for certification as HE CHP.
The certification process is designed to ensure that the CHP generator meets the high-efficiency criteria set out in legislation, as detailed in the documents above. The process involves the review and assessment of applications from both existing generators and new generators that have not been certified previously.
Parties applying for certification must submit a completed application form and provide relevant supporting documentation to the CRU for review and evaluation.
How to apply
Complete the relevant application form and email it, with supporting documentation, to the CRU.
Application forms can be found within the following document:
Email for applications and correspondence: email@example.com
No fees apply at this time.
After certification, HE CHP generators may be audited to ensure the robustness of the certification process.