CHP Scheme Description Form F2 and F2(S)
- Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Part of:
- Combined heat and power quality assurance forms and Low carbon technologies
- 10 January 2014
- Last updated:
- 16 January 2017, see all updates
CHP Scheme. Use form F2 for schemes 2MWe or over and F2(S) for schemes under 2MWe
The purpose of Form F2 is to provide a description of the CHP Scheme to be Self-assessed for CHPQA Certification where already commissioned and running with sufficient operational data for at least one month. The CHP Scheme description requires:
- Economic sector
- CHP Scheme status (operating, or mothballed ) and statement of billing arrangements
- CHP Scheme diagrams (including boundary definitions)
- Heat profiles (for CHP Schemes with heat rejection facility)
- Details of equipment within the CHP Scheme
- Details of monitoring arrangements (boundary)
- Details of the Meter Point Reference Number (s) if appropriate (stated on gas bill)
- CHP Scheme Total Power Capacity (TPC)
- Details of additional equipment
The shortened version of the Form F2 (F2S), which simplifies the submission procedure, can be used for schemes with installed capacity less than 2 MWe
Form F2(S) only applies to simple Reciprocating Engine CHP schemes that:
- are less than 2MWe CHP TPC in size
- use only a single conventional fuel e.g. natural gas, diesel as described in GN14.3
- only include a Reciprocating Engine (CHP package) within the scheme boundary i.e. no heat only boilers
Guidance notes for Form F2 and Form F2(S)
CHPQA Guidance Notes for completing these forms are available here:
How to complete Form F2 and F2(s)
Following the receipt of Form F1, the CHPQA administrator will aim to send the Responsible Person within 2 working days, a unique reference number for the scheme(s) and a user name.
These are required to access the online electronic submission system. The CHPQA applications may also be submitted on paper if preferred, though the online system is much simpler.
Published: 10 January 2014
Updated: 16 January 2017
- Form F2 and F2s revised
- Forms have been revised.
- First published.