Nearly 120 customers use Enwave Chicago's sustainable district cooling service instead of on-site chillers. More than 48 million square feet of space in a diverse mix of buildings is connected to Enwave Chicago's chilled-water system that serves the Loop, West Loop, South Loop and River North.
Developers, owners and property managers – such as those from the representative venues shown below and on the map – continue to choose district cooling service to simplify their operation and reduce financial risks.
150 North Riverside. Scheduled to open in late 2016, 150 North Riverside will connect to Enwave Chicago's district cooling system to save space and make room for a green roof instead of bulky cooling towers.
Infinite Chicago. Infinite Chicago saved space and retained the property's aesthetic charm by using Enwave Chicago service to avoid installing chillers and cooling towers during a recent renovation.
Holy Name Cathedral. Holy Name Cathedral streamlined the church's operation by tapping chilled-water service from Enwave Chicago to eliminate the use of on-site chillers and a cooling tower that required frequent maintenance and staff attention.
Ice Ribbon. Even the Ice Ribbon at Maggie Daley Park is an Enwave Chicago customer. As a result, the Chicago Park District didn't have to find space for a chiller or an ugly cooling tower that would have compromised the park's ambience.