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BTY congratulates EAS on completion of clean energy deal for North America’s largest sewer heat recovery system

BTY is pleased to congratulate EAS Energy Partners on the completion of a clean energy deal to develop what will become North America’s largest sewer heat recovery system at the National Western Center in Denver, CO.

BTY is serving as the Technical Advisor on the P3 project led by Enwave, the largest core-competency district energy provider in North America, and Aecom, a leading global infrastructure provider. EAS is working in partnership with the National Western Center, an urban campus intended as a year-round global destination for agriculture, western heritage and culture.

BTY brings to the project extensive expertise in renewables and district energy acquired from work on more than two dozen projects across North America and EMEA. The energy types range from wind, solar electric and solar thermal to hydroelectric, waste-to-energy biomass, and recycled thermal energy.

High profile projects have included the $1.1 BN University of Iowa Utility System Modernization in the U.S.; the $1 BN Ottawa District Energy System, the $100 Deep Lake Water Cooling (DLWC) system, and the $8.3 BN Site C Hydro dam in Canada; and numerous wind and solar projects across Canada and Turkey.

BTY team members have provided an equally wide range of services on renewable energy projects. They have included Project Management (Louis Gilbeault and Tom Coyle); Technical Advisory (Brendan Payne, Alex Stoiko, Ben Connor, Sam Rekab, John Leslie, Bayram Mercan, Marie Foley and Gord Smith); and Cost Management (Eldon Lau, Ping Pang, Scott Wilkinson and Connor Falls).

The National Western Center will use Enwave’s innovative technology and a district energy approach to heat and cool buildings with recycled thermal energy from nearby sewer lines as part of a $ 1 BN overhaul of the Center’s 250-acre campus. The system will enable the Center to avoid emitting an estimated 2,600 metric tons of carbon (CO2) per year — the equivalent of eliminating 6.6 million vehicle passenger miles driven in Denver annually.