CALGARY, Sept. 9 /CNW/ - ENMAX Corporation is pleased to announce the
start of construction on the Calgary Downtown District Energy Centre. The heat
generating facility is expected to provide heating to up to 10 million square
feet of new and existing residential and commercial buildings in Calgary's
Media representatives are invited to the future site of the Calgary
Downtown District Energy Centre on September 11, 2008 where ENMAX President
and CEO Gary Holden will be joined by the MLA for Calgary-Fort, Wayne Cao, and
City of Calgary Aldermen Druh Farrell and Bob Hawkesworth in a special
The Centre is part of the multi-phase Calgary District Energy Project
which will provide heating to municipal-owned and selected future downtown
buildings through a network of underground insulated pipes.
What: Groundbreaking ceremony on the site of the future Calgary
Downtown District Energy Centre with photo and interview
When: Thursday, September 11, 2008
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Where: Future site of the Calgary Downtown District Energy Centre,
south side of the 9th Avenue and 4th Street SE intersection.
Access to the event is from the northwest corner of the
ENMAX Corporation, through subsidiaries and predecessors, has provided
Albertans with safe and reliable electricity for more than 100 years. ENMAX
provides electricity, natural gas and value-added services to more than half a
million residential, commercial and industrial customer accounts in Alberta.
Through a subsidiary, ENMAX Energy is one of Alberta's largest investors in
renewable energy with partial ownership of the McBride Lake Wind Farm and
complete ownership of the Taber and Kettles Hill Wind Farms. ENMAX Energy's
Greenmax was one of the first green power marketing programs in Canada, and
celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2008. Visit our website at enmax.com.
You can choose any retailer listed at www.ucahelps.gov.ab.ca or at
310-4822. Electricity delivery to your home or business isn't affected by your
choice of retailer.
For further information:
For further information: or to arrange an interview, contact: The ENMAX
Media Line, (403) 689-6150