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Enwave provides heating services to mission-critical customers in downtown Toronto. To ensure its heating plant is automated and reliable, Enwave partnered with Siemens.
Innovative Process Automation solutions
Keeping the temperature just right. That's Ingenuity for life.
Like all Canadians, Torontonians rely on the comfort of heated buildings in the cold of winter. Considering that hundreds of thousands of people live or work in the heart of the city, providing reliable heating is critical.
Whether it's hospitals, arts and cultural landmarks, office towers or residential buildings, people in downtown Toronto can count on reliable heat on cold days. Enwave Energy's flagship downtown plant uses massive water-tube boilers to generate heat that's distributed through a 40-km underground pipe network.
The Enwave plant is reliably automated, monitored and managed by the Siemens PCS 7 process control system. Sophisticated instruments oversee key processes and provide critical real-time information via intuitive, Human Machine Interface displays from Siemens.
Siemens definitely has played a key role in terms of contributing to the increase in efficiencies.
Enwave provides heating services to many of Toronto's downtown hospitals, offices, commercial enterprises, arts and cultural institutions, government buildings and condominiums.
get heated by the Pearl Street Palm since the 1960s
network of underground pipelines
the plant is already working
Ingenuity for life with Siemens and Enwave
Backed by Siemens as a trusted partner, innovative energy services provider Enwave leads the way in delivering mission-critical heating for Canada's largest city
Enwave delivers heating for mission-critical buildings in Toronto
When the temperature has to be just right
It's digital. Enwave's operators can remotely control the plant