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CHP

Abbreviation for cricohyoidopexy.

Comprehensive Health Planning (CHP) and Public Health Services Amendments

legislation passed by the U.S. Congress in 1966 that emphasized regional planning and introduced the concept that each person has a "right to health care."
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The new natural-gas-fired cogeneration plant will be located in Kazan in Ankara province in the Central Anatolian region of Turkey.
Must Run Option: This option is specifically created for the cogeneration power plants.
Once approved by the Investment Commission of the Ministry of Finance, Long Chen will remit funds to its subsidiary in Zhejiang to start building a second cogeneration plant, which will mitigate Long Chen's occasional electricity shortages.
CODE, or Cogeneration Observatory and Dissemination Europe, gives an assessment CHP progress in individual EU countries.
In practical terms, what cogeneration usually entails is the use of what would otherwise be wasted heat (such as a manufacturing plant's exhaust) to produce additional energy benefit, such as to provide heat or electricity for the building in which it is operating.
Gordon said that if building owners and residents took advantage of current tax incentives, green technologies and increased the use and efficiency of cogeneration efforts, between 2,500 to 3,000 mega watts of electricity could be created within the next four years.
We have landed 1,200 contracts for the household-use cogeneration system, which has been developed with Toho Gas Co.
The company realized that onsite cogeneration was economically feasible and worked under a fast-track schedule to bring the VPS3 gas turbine-based plant on line in just three months.
We've been looking for an entrepreneur who would be interested in developing a silviculture project in conjunction with the Chapleau cogeneration plant," Freeborn says.
That's why many of these firms incorporate cogeneration and other efficiency improvements into their operations.
Germany, the UK, Italy, and Poland have displayed significant cogeneration potential and accomplishments.
Cogeneration - the simultaneous production of heat and power - can help meet African energy needs.