NRGreen Alameda Heat Recovery Facility

Built: 2008
Where: Alameda, SK
Fuel source: Waste Heat
Power capacity: 5 megawatts (MW)

Facts about the Alameda Heat Recovery Facility

  • Owned by NRGreen Power Limited Partnership.
  • There are 4 waste heat units in Saskatchewan. They are all built at the Alliance Pipeline’s compressor stations. They recover the exhaust heat from natural gas turbines and make power.
  • The gas turbine produces power without adding new emissions into the environment. It also doesn’t use water for operations.
  • The waste heat units were built and manufactured by Ormat and General Electric (GE).

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