Vancouver developer Westbank appears to be pushing forward with its bold plans to produce low-cost vitality all through downtown Vancouver, with the revealing of the mannequin of its new energy plant and business improvement – regardless of not but gaining permission for its neighbourhood vitality system.

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In 2014, Westbank paid $32 million for the plant and its proprietor Central Warmth Distribution, which had been supplying low-cost vitality to the downtown core since 1968, utilizing steam energy and an…

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