DCO Energy Receives 2009 Certificate of Greenhouse Gas Reduction from US Environmental Protection Agency

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DCO Energy LLC (http://www.dcoenergy.com) is proud to announce that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership has presented DCO Energy with the 2009 Certificate of Greenhouse Gas Reduction.

“DCO Energy is committed to energy efficiency, period.” said Frank DiCola, President of DCO Energy.

New Jersey based DCO Energy LLC is proud to announce that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership has presented DCO Energy with the 2009 Certificate of Greenhouse Gas Reduction.

This report estimates that the high efficiency of DCO Energy’s operational CHP projects produced an estimated .119 million metric tons of carbon equivalents less than separate heat and power projects.

What does this mean?

In 2009, it translated into an estimated annual emissions reduction equivalent to the emissions from 13,173 passenger vehicles.

“DCO Energy is committed to energy efficiency, period. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with wonderful clients who share our commitment to energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting our planet,” said Frank DiCola, President of DCO Energy. “Once again, we are very proud of our partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency, and would like to thank the EPA for this recognition.”

About DCO Energy:
DCO Energy's mission is laser-focused - to develop Central Utility Facilities, Cogeneration, and Distributed Generation Plants for the purpose of allowing our customers to receive the lowest possible energy cost with the highest energy efficiency possible. DCO offers the flexibility of structuring the transaction as a design, develop, build, own and operate [off-balance sheet] or a develop, design, build and transfer. DCO has been working on cogeneration/combined heat and power projects for two decades. Please visit http://www.dcoenergy.com for more information.

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