Beaumont J R, Keys P, 1981, "Combined heat and power generation schemes: a feasibility study" Environment and Planning A 13(5) 623 – 634
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Combined heat and power generation schemes: a feasibility study
J R Beaumont, P Keys
Received 12 June 1980
Abstract. It is now officially recognised that the provision of combined heat and electrical-power generation plants in urban areas can improve the efficiency with which primary energy is consumed. An approach to assess the feasibility of such projects is exemplified by a case study of Leeds. Particular attention is given to the possible social and economic impacts, and it is argued that there is a need to go beyond a conventional financial accounting approach.
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