Recreational Facilities

Pool Co-Energy Canada can reduce energy costs in recreational applications, such as water parks, YMCA’s, municipal indoor pools, and college athletic centers.  Thermal energy in these facilities is usually required for pool heating, ambient air dehumidification, and domestic hot water.

Here are some of the characteristics that make an CHP system a good fit at recreational facilities:

  • Hot water heating systems
  • 80,000+ m3 of gas used annually
  • Single Meter Electric Service
  • High Electric Rates
  • Heated pools

Contact us today to see how Co-Energy Canada’s CHP systems can significantly reduce your recreational facility’s energy costs.

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73 Galaxy Blvd. Suite 9
Toronto, ON M9W 5T4

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