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Energy & City Building: The Future of District Energy in Canada's National Capital Region

Summary Our Queen's University Planning School team was retained by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) in the fall of 2017 to conduct a feasibility analysis of expanding the Capital Region's district energy system. The team conducted a multi-level government policy context analysis,...

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City of Toronto and Enwave partner to develop low-carbon thermal energy networks

Press Release, Enwave TORONTO, May 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The City of Toronto and private energy provider Enwave Energy Corporation (Enwave) have established a partnership to work on projects that will advance the objectives of the City's TransformTO Climate Action Strategy. Through the...


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Enwave to Expand Its Low-Carbon District Energy System East, Anchored by Menkes’s Landmark 100 Queens Quay East Development

Press Release, Globe Newswire TORONTO, April 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Enwave Energy Corporation (“Enwave”), a leading provider of innovative, sustainable energy services and a member of IDEA, is pleased to announce district energy service expansion to Toronto’s East Bayfront community. ...


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District heat: Ontario power facility focuses on continual improvement

Tamar Atik, Canadian Biomass Summary Index Energy is on a mission to encourage diversion from landfills, clean energy use and provide district heating for the Town of Ajax, Ont., just east of Toronto. The parent company, Index International Group, is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and...


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Sidewalk Labs aims to address privacy concerns in designing high-tech Toronto neighbourhood

Jeff Gray, The Globe and Mail Summary Sidewalk Labs, the unit of Google-parent Alphabet Inc. set to turn a chunk of Toronto’s waterfront into a test bed for “smart city” technologies, took pains at a public meeting Tuesday night to address fears its plans would see citizens spied upon or their...


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$2.8-million cogeneration system expected to cut $350,000 per year off Stratford General Hospital’s utility bill

Terry Bridge, Stratford Beacon Herald Summary A new energy source at Stratford General Hospital is expected to shave at least $350,000 per year off the facility’s utility bill. The $2.8-million system, a combined heat and power plant, is expected to pay itself off through cost savings within...


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Canada’s regional governments press on with carbon pricing

Bioenergy Insight Green technology is being incentivised by a range of legislation in Canada. Source: Wikimedia Commons, by Martin Dawes. Summary Alberta is moving into phase two of its carbon levy and Ontario has expanded its cap and trade market. The moves mirror similarly anti-emissions...


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Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan 2017, Delivering Fairness and Choice

Summary Ontario's 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan, Delivering Fairness and Choice, provides a road map of the province's energy system over the next 20 years. The government engaged with people across the province through in-person meetings, online feedback and formal submissions. District Energy...

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Expanding Delta T in Enwave's Cooling System

Summary Enwave’s Deep Lake Water Cooling System is continuing to grow and attract customers throughout the fastest growing city in North America. This growth presents a welcome challenge to look to creative ways to leverage existing assets and optimize operations. This presentation will...

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Sheridan College goes Danish implementing their district energy

Summary Ramboll is working with Sheridan College on the development of two district energy systems including district heating and cooling networks one at their Davis and one at the Trafalgar Campus. This presentation provides an overview on the projects. Speaker Pernille Overbye, Ramboll ...

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