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SouthEast False Creek

Neighbourhood Energy Utility

Introduction

This case study details and examines the development of the Southeast False Creek Neighbourhood Energy Utility in Vancouver, British Columbia with special attention paid to its project financing, ownership and governance structure. Strategies and best practices that contributed to the Neighbourhood Energy Utility’s success have been identified along with key lessons learned that can be applied to future projects in order to aid municipalities, real estate developers and communities in the successful implementation of Integrated Community Energy Systems.

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