Survey of Cheakamus DES users shows troubling results

By Brandon Barrett

Eighty per cent of respondents say they are not satisfied with the energy system
by Brandon Barrett
The final results from an informal public survey of Cheakamus Crossing residents are pouring in, and they paint a bleak picture for users of a controversial heating system that has cost thousands of dollars in repairs. The Rise resident Erica Finnsson spoke to Pique last week about the ongoing problems she and others have encountered with the neighbourhood’s District Energy System (DES), a closed ambient heating method that captures waste heat from Whistler’s sewage treatment plant to pump into homes.…

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Source:: Pique Newsmagazine

January 21, 2015


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