CHPA

(redirected from Combined Heat and Power Association)
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
CHPAConsumer Healthcare Products Association (formerly Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association)
CHPACombined Heat and Power Association (UK)
CHPACorporate Housing Providers Association
CHPACertified Healthcare Protection Administrator
CHPACommunity Health Purchasing Alliance
CHPACombat Helicopter Pilots Association
CHPACart Horse Protection Association
CHPACanadian Homeopathic Pharmaceutical Association
CHPACollege of Humanities and Public Affairs
CHPACanada Health Protection Act
CHPACapitol Hill Prayer Alert
CHPACalifornia Hispanic Publishers Association
CHPACanadian Hardwood Plywood Association
CHPAConsumer Healthcare and Products Association
CHPACultural Heritage Protection Act
CHPAComprehensive Health Planning Association
CHPAClassical Homeopathy Practitioner Association
CHPACommunity Health Plan Alliance
CHPAColorado Horseshoe Pitchers Association
CHPACompton Hutton Phonological Assessment
CHPACommonwealth Health Professional Association
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Now Yanmar has won the Community and Residential Award, made at the Combined Heat and Power Association's (CHPA) annual awards and gala dinner.
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA), which supports technology that produces both heat and electricity from fuels, said a switch to electricity could undermine targets to cut emissions by 80 per cent by 2050.
Last week the firm's specialist energy team collected the Combined Heat and Power Association Innovation Award.
David Green, director of the Combined Heat and Power Association, said: "Jaguar's first CHP installation is a clear demonstration of how modern, green CHP technology can deliver major economic benefits to industrial energy users."
Combined Heat and Power Event - Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) / Defra September 25-26, 2008, venue tbc
The Combined Heat and Power Association said that not only had the Government conceded again failing to achieve its original target of 5,000 megawatt of CHP, a full two years after it was supposed to be met, but the figures now showed a net fall in UK CHP plant capacity.
The university has won a buildings sector commendation from the Combined Heat and Power Association awards.
Full browser ?