The Building Energy Innovators Council (BEIC) have recently re-published the case study of EndoTherm Pace Chemicals ran at Vancouver Airport.
The BEIC was founded in 2016 by a diverse group of Real Estate and Corporate leaders. Lead by BGIS, this is an industry driven council established to accelerate the collaboration, innovation and adoption of clean building technologies including energy efficiency and renewable prower stations that will transform the built environment, while developing world class clean tech companies, creating jobs and enabling economic prosperity in a future low carbon era.
‘The BEIC is an industry-driven initiative to accelerate the collaboration, innovation, and adoption of clean building technologies across Canada’
Being showcased by the BEIC is a fantastic endorsement for the EndoTherm technology which is still relatively new in the Canadian market. The pilot at Vancouver Airports South Terminal is one of 40 case studies (in over 100 locations) that has been run in the country since the product was launched in September 2017.
In 2018, PACE treated the South Terminal at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with EndoTherm to improve heat transfer and efficiency. The result was 17.32% reduction in boiler natural gas consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Elaine Fisher, Environmental Specialist with the Vancouver Airport Authority remarked that, “Vancouver International Airport is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 33% by 2020. We are excited to see the reductions offered by use of products such as EndoTherm”.
The Airport is currently evaluating EndoTherm for use in other onsite buildings and hangars. Evaluation of the Main Terminal will take place after major mechanical renovations are completed in 2019/2020.
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