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Enwave Family Continues to Grow

Enwave Chicago’s parent company Enwave Energy Corporation recently acquired district energy systems in Los Angeles, Portland and Las Vegas. They join Enwave’s existing systems in Chicago; Houston; Las Vegas; New Orleans; Seattle; and Toronto and Windsor, Ont.

“The acquisition of these district energy systems allows Enwave to establish a presence in two attractive new markets, namely Los Angeles and Portland, while expanding our presence in Las Vegas,” stated John Peri, Enwave president and CEO. “We are excited to continue delivering clean, reliable and cost-competitive energy solutions to the customers in these markets and look forward to expanding these systems over time.”

The Los Angeles system serves hotels, office buildings and residential towers in LA’s Bunker Hill and Century City neighborhoods. It has chilled-water capacity of 35,300 tons and a 7.8-mile distribution network.

The Las Vegas system serves one of the largest resort-hotel-casinos on the main Las Vegas strip and has a capacity of 187,600 lb/hr of steam and 32,420 tons of chilled water.

The Portland system serves customers in the Brewery Blocks, a five-block shopping and professional district downtown. It has a chilled-water capacity of 4,530 tons and a 2.5-mile distribution network.

Enwave Energy Corporation, together with its affiliates, is a fully integrated, sustainable energy services provider owned by Brookfield Infrastructure and its institutional partners. In each community, Enwave operates highly efficient energy plants that distribute steam, hot water and/or chilled water to customer buildings for heating, air conditioning, domestic hot water, refrigeration, sterilization and more.

 
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