Cogeneration is also known as combined heat and power (CHP). It makes productive use of the heat that is a byproduct of many forms of electric generation, greatly increasing the efficiency of thermal generation units. The firm’s attorneys advise and represent clients who develop and operate cogeneration units that are qualifying facilities or “QFs” under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, as well as other CHP companies working within other regulatory structures. Goodin MacBride partners have been active in representing QF clients through many years of demanding litigation and regulatory proceedings related to QF pricing for generation.