Modernization of the National Capital Region’s District Energy System

As part of Innovate Energy, a private-partner consortium, WSP is designing, building and converting the existing high-temperature steam system powering Canada’s National Capital Region to a more energy-efficient, low-temperature hot water system to reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions.



Location

  • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Client

  • Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)

Project Value

  • $2.6B

Project Status

  • In progress
Buildings that will be improved
80 80
Reduction of GHGs
63% 63%
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Improve the Government of Canada’s environmental performance.

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Reduce the costs of heating and cooling operations for the Government of Canada compared to the current systems.

 

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Increase safety and reliability of heating and cooling operations.

 

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Growth of the modernized NCR district energy system so the community can benefit from economies of scale for greater technical, environmental, and economic outcomes.