Cheakamus resident ‘not going to back down’ until energy system issues are fixed

By Brandon Barrett

RMOW budgeting for study of controversial District Energy System in 2015
by Brandon Barrett
Another winter, another Cheakamus Crossing resident outraged over a state-of-the-art energy District Energy System (DES) that has led to thousands of dollars in repairs and maintenance costs since it was installed ahead of the 2010 Olympics. Erica Finnson has lived in The Rise since the winter of 2010, and said her unit’s heating system, which is part of a larger state-of-the-art ambient heating system that has been touted for its energy efficiency and low utility costs, has failed at least once a year every year since.…

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Source:: Pique Newsmagazine

January 14, 2015


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