The utilization of combined heat and power (CHP) catered for over 30 percent of Alberta's electricity demand last year, Sandra Locke, Assistant Deputy Minister, Electricity, Alternative Energy & Carbon Capture and Storage at Alberta's Department of Energy, told COGENCanada's Annual Seminar in Calgary. "Cogeneration has become an integral part of the province's electricity market providing over 30 percent of total generation output in 2012. That's approximately 23 000 GWh of electricity," she said.
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