District Energy System Uses Data Center Waste Heat
Canadian telecommunications company Telus is building a $750-million residential and commercial complex in downtown Vancouver, BC, and is going to heat and cool the new Telus Garden development with waste heat from its own nearby data center.
The Telus Garden development is comprised of a LEED Platinum 24-story office tower, a LEED Gold 53-story residential tower with more than 425 homes, and retail space.
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