Power Engineering, Feb. 2017, by Thomas G. Adams.
http://www.power-eng.com/articles/print/volume-121/issue-2/features/best-practices-for-chp-development.html

"Combined heat and power (CHP) projects promise many benefits to a wide array of large energy users, and CHP has a long history of adoption and success in many industries. Despite its wide adoption, many energy users considering the development and installation of a CHP project face a set of tasks and challenges that they are not always fully equipped to handle since their primary business is usually quite different from power and thermal energy production. By focusing on best practices from the start of project development, to execution, and on to long term operation and maintenance, new owners of CHP systems can mitigate risks and maximize the chances of success for their project."