905 834 0922

  • 905 834 0922

Coca Cola CHP installation


The scope of work included the installation of a 800Kw CHP system and 2 new 500bhp boilers at the Coca Cola bottling facility at 24 Fenmar Drive, North York.


Coca Cola was experiencing high electricity costs at their plant as well as a need for system steam within the existing facility.


  • The combined heat and power unit will provide system steam and heat generating capabilities to the existing infrastructure. The new 500bhp boilers replaced 4 existing boilers to provide high pressure steam to the existing facility
  • The new 500bhp boilers also provide high pressure steam for a new pasteurizing system implemented in the facility
  • Improve efficiency of system boilers to support facility expansion requirements
  • Reduce the electrical requirements for the facility on the local power distribution grid thereby reducing
    electricity costs


  • Turn key EPC project in collaboration with CEM Engineering
  • Construction project management and managing site safety protocols, including site specific COVID 19 requirements
  • Demolition work of 4 existing boilers and associated electrical/mechanical/piping
  • Civil construction which included helical piers for the main engine compartment as well as the auxiliary
    equipment compartment

  • Installation of temporary boiler and associated piping and electrical to support facility operation during
    construction phase

  • Installation of 2 new 500bhp boilers along with associated electrical/mechanical/piping systems
  • Installation of new Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG), accumulator tank, condensate tank, hot water loop piping
    and high-pressure steam header and piping to new pasteurizer system

  • Installation of natural gas line to CHP unit and new boilers
  • Installation of 1600A bus extension from existing switchgear to new 600V 1200A generator breaker section
  • Installation of associated cabling between new 600V 1200A generator breaker and CHP unit