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Hamilton Community Enterprises
Public Education Series
Session 2: Innovations in Waste Heat Recovery
January 27, 2022
This video provides the complete content of a webinar designed to help increase public awareness and understanding of next generation, low carbon district energy systems. It focuses on innovations in the use of residual heat from manufacturing plants to help fuel thermal networks serving homes, businesses and institutions in the wider community. The webinar begins with a presentation by Professor Jim Cotton from McMaster University on how to calculate the value of waste energy in a Canadian context and strategies to unlock its game changing potential. This sets the stage for a series of mini talks moderated by Peter Anderberg from Heat Academy International that highlight proven examples of industrial waste heat recovery systems operating in several Scandinavian cities, as well as the Zibi project in Ottawa, Canada. The webinar concludes with an update on Hamilton’s Energy Harvesting Project and how stakeholders can get involved in a local industrial waste heat recovery feasibility study. This free education series is an initiative of Hamilton Community Enterprises, a smart city solutions provider owned by the City of Hamilton. It is offered in collaboration with the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and Heat Academy International. A special thanks to Grow the Good for helping design and promote the series. Visit hce.net to learn more.