Noventa Energy Corporation (Noventa) is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) to construct one of three wastewater energy transfer pilot projects authorized by the Metropolitan King County Council.
Noventa proposes to use its exclusively licensed, patented, HUBER ThermWin® technology to transfer carbon-free thermal energy to and from wastewater to supply cooling for two buildings owned by Martin Selig Real Estate Group (MSRE). Noventa and MSRE have been working together to integrate the HUBER ThermWin® technology into the building HVAC systems at 3131 Elliott Avenue and 3101 Western Avenue to improve energy efficiency and significantly reduce water consumption. Over its life, the project will provide over 526,000 MWh of thermal energy or almost 80% of the combined heating and cooling demand of the buildings – displacing over 42,825 MWh of electricity consumption and 87 million gallons of water used for cooling. The corresponding financial benefit for King County is expected to exceed
“We are excited to have been selected by King County WTD to build the first wastewater energy transfer project in Seattle using our proven HUBER ThermWin® Technology. This project is the culmination of more than two years of effort from people committed to reimagining
energy to combat climate change. It is a testament to the environmental leadership of King County and the Martin Selig Real Estate Group”, said Dennis Fotinos, CEO of Noventa.