Why District Energy Networks Work

Northwestern Ontario Regional Case Study

Have you heard about our District Energy Prefeasibility Study? CRIBE, in partnership with the City of Thunder Bay, has launched a project to determine if a biomass district energy system is a viable option to replace fossil fuels (natural gas) for heating in the downtown north core of Thunder Bay, ON. This study is part of Nextfor’s Northwestern Ontario Regional Case Study.

Kozar Engineering Inc. has teamed with worldwide leading experts in the fields of sustainable biomass heating and district energy system implementation Biothermic Wood Energy Systems Inc. and Peter Anderberg‘s Nordic Heat, to provide a thorough study for the City of Thunder Bay and regional stakeholders.

As part of this initiative, we hosted an introductory session on District Energy systems, leveraging the expertise of our international partners at Nordic Heat. The recording for this session can be viewed below.