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Enwave's Deep Lake Water Cooling system featured in UN's internationally distributed publication: A Guide to Circular Cities

Enwave Press Release Summary The United Nations under its United 4 Sustainable Smart Cities (U4SSC) initiative published a case study of Enwave’s progressive Deep Lake Water Cooling (DWLC) system in A Guide to Circular Cities . The guide focuses on how circular economies can design...

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Case Study: Energy Efficiency in Buildings

United for Smart Sustainable Cities Summary Toronto is Canada’s largest city and continues to grow at a staggering rate (City Planning Division, 1). In January 2018, the city earned the unique title of having the highest crane count in Rider Levett Bucknall’s crane index (RBL, 3), an...

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IDEA, Enwave and QUEST call on Canadian Federal Government to consider investments in district energy to stimulate economic recovery

IDEA Summary In a letter to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada, Rob Thornton, President & CEO of IDEA, Tonja Leach, Executive Director of QUEST and Carlyle Coutinho, President & COO of Enwave called on the Canadian Federal Government to strongly consider strategic...

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Designing Denver's First Wastewater District Energy System

Summary The National Western Center in Denver is the City’s premier district energy project and a key component of its drive towards a circular economy through the recovery of heat from wastewater. This technical session covers how the City and design team first identified and then optimized...


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Solar? Geothermal? Garbage? 6 climate-friendly ways to heat and cool buildings

Emily Chung, CBC News Summary Using local energy sources such as lake water, wood waste or even garbage to heat and cool buildings is one way for communities to cut their greenhouse gas emissions — the goal of this week's UN climate summit. In district energy systems , instead of...

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Enwave puts residual heat to work at Bay Adelaide Centre North

Press Release, Globe Newswire Summary TORONTO, Nov. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Enwave Energy Corporation (Enwave) is working with Brookfield Properties (Brookfield) to build in sustainability at one of Toronto’s most prestigious downtown office complexes. The third and final tower of Bay...

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First panels laid for one of Australia's largest solar arrays

Mirage News Summary The installation of one of Australia’s largest rooftop solar arrays is underway at Tonsley Innovation District, to power South Australia’s first district energy scheme. The project will engage up to 40 installers, electricians, engineers and support staff. The first...

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'Abundant' raw sewage touted to heat and cool aquatic centre

Brian Cross, Windsor Star Summary Raw sewage — flowing through a massive trunk line running under Riverside Drive — is being heralded as an untapped energy source to heat and cool the Windsor International Aquatic Centre. “Sewage, or waste water, is in abundance,” said Sergio Grando, the...

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IDEA and Enwave Submit Comments Regarding the Reinvestment of Proceeds Collected Under the OBPS

On August 30, 2019, Sussex submitted a joint letter on behalf of Enwave and IDEA regarding Comments on Use of Proceeds from the Federal Output-Based Pricing System to the Environmental Protection Branch of Environment and Climate Change Canada. For more information please see the letter...

OBPS Proceeds - District Energy Submission_30Aug19_ Final.pdf

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GCC driving $40bn global district cooling market

GDN Online Summary The global market for district cooling sector is booming, and is estimated to hit $39.9 billion by 2026 from $21.9 billion last year, growing at a CAGR of 7.77 per cent, said a report. The rising support from the governments in GCC countries is driving the global...