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Creative Energy Appoints New President and Chief Executive Officer

Press Release, Globe Newswire VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Creative Energy, which owns and operates one of the largest thermal energy networks in Canada, today announced that Krishnan Iyer, a seasoned district energy and infrastructure executive, has joined the company as President and Chief...


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Corix Temporary Energy Centres East and West

Corix’s TEC East and West are the two interim energy centre’s providing hot water thermal energy to the Neighbourhood District Energy Service (NDES) at UBC while the development of the Wesbrook Neighbourhood builds out. Both energy centre’s are a temporary means used to bridge the timing gap...

CORIX_Presentation-TEC Tours.pdf


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Creative Energy Steam Plant

Creative Energy was first established and has been operational since 1968, and is now a 280 MW First Class steam plant serving over 215 buildings and 50 million square feet throughout Vancouver’s downtown. The plant serves customers such as St. Paul’s Hospital, BC Place Stadium, Rogers Arena,...

Creative Energy Presentation.pdf


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Southeast False Creek Neighborhood Energy System

The Southeast False Creek Neighbourhood Energy Utility uses waste thermal energy captured from sewage to provide space heating and hot water to buildings in Southeast False Creek. This recycled energy eliminates more than 60% of the greenhouse gas pollution associated with heating buildings....

Southeast False Creek Neighborhood Energy Utility.pdf


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The FAES Energy Centre at TELUS Garden

The TELUS Garden development features a central energy plant with high efficiency heat pumps and waste heat recovery from the TELUS Data Centre. Peaking and backup energy is supplied from Creative Energy’s Steam System. The TELUS Garden energy centre is owned and operated by FortisBC Alternative...

FAES Telus Garden Presentation for IDEA 2018-public.pdf


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University of British Columbia's Bioenergy Research Demonstration Facility and Campus Energy Centre

Bioenergy Research Demonstration Facility At UBC's Bioenergy Research Demonstration Facility, a first of its kind project in North America, the system processes renewable biomass to generate thermal energy supplied via UBC’s new district energy system for heating campus buildings. The BRDF...

UBC Tour Slides.pdf


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District Energy Public Sector Leadership Awards at IDEA2018

IDEA Recognizes Municipal Leadership in District Energy Systems in Greater Vancouver At its recent 109 th Annual Conference and Trade Show in Vancouver, BC, Canada, the International District Energy Association (IDEA) recognized six greater Vancouver cities with IDEA Public Sector Leadership...


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South East False Creek Neighborhood Energy Utility Expansion

Summary The False Creek Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU), established in 2010, is North America’s first district heating system to utilize waste heat from untreated sewage. The NEU provides space heat and hot water to 5 million square feet of mixed-use development, and is rapidly expanding to...

2.8_Baber.pdf


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Exploring the potential for District Heating in Metro Vancouver

Summary Workshop 1 Session Speakers Lillian Zaremba, Metro Vancouver #2018 #ConferenceProceeding #AnnualConference #Workshop #Sustainability #Vancouver #BritishColumbia #Canada #MetroVancouver

2.7_Zaremba.pdf


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Marine Gateway: A Low Carbon Energy System for Vancouver

Summary Locally, the British Columbia Step Code, and the City of Vancouver’s own Zero Emissions Building Plan, are driving down building space heating intensities and demanding substantial carbon emissions savings in new projects. District energy systems must find innovative ways to provide low...

4C.4_Byrnes.pdf