The Brattle Group and its partners, Navigant Consulting, EcoSolutions and Pierce Atwood LLP, were retained by the Electricity Cogeneration and Regulatory Authority (ECRA) to assess the technical and economic potential for combined heat and power (CHP) applications in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) between now and 2040. We were also asked to assess what barriers exist to enhanced deployment of CHP in the KSA and what policy solutions might be pursued to overcome these barriers.

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