Are you a real estate developer in the Denver metro area? Free access to a sustainable heating source may be available near your real estate development.
Globally there are hundreds of installations in operation that use wastewater for thermal energy recovery. These systems have been installed at both the building energy scale (10 kilowatts) and the campus energy scale (20 megawatts) in cities like Vancouver, B.C., Oslo, Norway, and Colorado’s very own town of Avon.
The heat available in wastewater pipelines is a proven thermal energy source.
The thermal energy in these pipelines offers an odorless, low carbon option for indoor heating, similar to other geothermal exchange systems
This innovative technology uses reliable, well-established heat transfer technology to extract the heat and distribute it to nearby homes and businesses
A model for sustainable high-density development.
How it works.
If your future real estate development is in our service area, reach out to us to learn more about this opportunity.
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