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Commercial combined heat and power (comCHP) systems, which are small to medium distributed energy generation systems that produce electricity while also capturing heat that would otherwise be treated as waste, are garnering increased interest from policy makers, utilities, and building owners in a growing number of countries. The technologies behind many comCHP products have been under development for more than a decade. Today, the market is beginning to gain momentum and an increasing number of companies are introducing increasingly standardized commercial products. This Pike Research report analyzes the global market potential for comCHP systems for a range of building applications – hospitals, universities, hotels, casinos, airports, etc. – using technologies including internal combustion engines, fuel cells, Stirling engines, and Organic Rankine Cycle.