Richard Sedano joined the Georgia Tech’s Clean Energy Series for a panel discussion of the benefits of combined heat and power (CHP). Mr. Sedano discussed regulatory challenges and solutions to further development of CHP in the United States. He emphasized the importance of creating policies that motivate performance by both the utility and customer, address EM&V issues, and empower the customer. Advanced programs could motivate CHP development where it could improve grid performance, compensate CHP customers for providing ancillary services, and enable CHP customers to provide demand response services.