Giant Canadian construction project incorporates low carbon heating and cooling: Don Pittis

"The company that made an international splash by air conditioning downtown Toronto without air conditioners has more energy-saving innovations in the works.


With the help of a gigantic purpose-built thermal reservoir, Enwave Energy will add an entire new neighbourhood to its underground low-carbon heating and cooling network with the project called The Well on the site that used to be headquarters for the Globe and Mail.


Not only will the seven-building retail, residential and office complex in the city's business centre be added to Enwave's lake-water cooling system, but the company is in the process of incorporating a series of revolutionary energy and carbon-saving techniques to keep residents and workers at The Well comfortable."


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