Whistler Athletes’ Village Low Temperature District Energy System
Awards & Recognition
Unlike most DES that use high-temperature water, this system is unique in that it uses low-temperature ambient heat from treated sewage effluent from the nearby Whistler wastewater treatment plant. Flexible ambient heat source allows for heating and cooling for up to 2,200 residential users occupying 85,000 square meters of space. Use of treated wastewater effluent heat reduces greenhouse gas emissions by over 95% by replacing natural gas.
Winner of the Peak of Excellence Award
Kerr Wood Leidal and DEC Design Mechanical Consultants (DEC) received the Peak of Excellence Award 2010 for the Whistler Athletes’ Village District Energy-Sharing System at the APEGBC Sea to Sky Branch’s awards dinner on May 13, 2010.
Winner of the ACEC Award of Excellence
Kerr Wood Leidal and DEC Design Mechanical Consultants (DEC) received an Award of Excellence for the Whistler Athletes’ Village District Energy-Sharing System at the Association of Canadian Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) awards gala on November 3, 2009.
Winner of the CAMA Environmental Award
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