Cogeneration (CHP)

Cogeneration Plant, GTAA, Canada

Cogeneration (CHP),120 MW Ontario, Canada

This Cogeneration Plant is a 120 MW natural gas-fired combined cycle cogeneration facility that is being built under the control of Greater Toronto Airports Authority at the Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Technical Advisor providing advice in areas related to facility’s operations, optimization, asset performance and IESO electricity market. Undertook a detailed study in respect of plant start-up costs and generator cost guarantee payment.

Honduras Cogeneration Plant, Honduras

Cogeneration (CHP), 12.26 MW Honduras, Central America

Independent Engineer review of damaged waste heat recovery boiler at the cogeneration plant arising from an incident at the facility. Technical analysis and assessment of fuel to displace steam generation.

Ras Laffan Power Project, Qatar

Cogeneration (CHP), 800 MW Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar

Ras Laffan Power Plant Project is built in Ras Laffan Industrial City, which is located approximately 80 kilometers north east of Doha. The full production capacity of the facility is 800 MW.

Owner’s Engineer responsible for plant performance testing. Review of EPC plant performance test procedure and developed thermodynamic model to assess plant output and heat rate.

Durham College District Energy, Canada

Cogeneration (CHP), 2.3 MW Ontario, Canada

Durham College District Energy is a natural gas fired 2.3 MW combined heat and power facility providing hot water and behind the meter electricity for local institutional host that is located at Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario.

Technical Consultant providing advice to Contract Management on a broad spectrum of technical/financial issues. Services include due diligence reviews, facility audits, and capital and O&M costs reviews and analyses. In addition, provided assistance in the review and approval of performance test procedures, metering plans, capacity check test protocols as well as annual reviews of contract deliverables including CHP Useful Heat Output Percentage among other parameters.

Nova Scotia Power Inc., Dalhousie University, Canada

Cogeneration (CHP), 17.5 MW Nova Scotia, Canada

Dalhousie University is centred along the University Avenue and Morris Street corridor.

Independent Engineer carried out a due diligence review for a proposed CHP project at Dalhousie University for the purpose of load retention tariff. Services included a complete review of technical feasibility, development of proforma model, and evaluation of project economic viability.

North Bay Health Center, Canada

Cogeneration (CHP), 1.5 MW Ontario, Canada

North Bay Regional Health Centre submitted proposal for development of Combined Heat and Power plant to develop cogeneration plant to meet their energy demands.

Technical Advisor completing review of detailed feasibility study and advice concerning project costs and proforma modelling.