Reimagining EnergyTM services for the future

Noventa is making a difference to how we use energy around the world.

Reimagining EnergyTM services for the future

Noventa is making a difference to how we use energy around the world.

Wastewater Energy Transfer Projects
MARTIN SELIG REAL ESTATE PROJECT
SEATTLE, KING COUNTY WASHINGTON
Project Description:

Noventa was selected by King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) to
construct one of three Wastewater Energy Transfer (“WET”) projects in King
County.

Address -  3131 Elliott Ave and 3101 Western Ave
Technology – Huber ThermWin ® System
  • 4 x BG8 RoWin ® heat exchangers
  • 1 x Rotomat ® RoK4 pumping station in wetwell
  • Noventa DFSC TM system used to regulate incoming wastewater temperatures
Energy Supplied to building from Noventa WET System
  • 526,000 MWh
  • 2,987,590 Ton-hr of cooling
  • 1,998 MMBTU of heating
Noventa WET Project Benefits
  • 42,825 MWh of electricity saved
  • 87 million gallons of water saved
Project Commissioning – Q4 2021
Residential Apartment Complex
Straubing, Germany
Project Description:
  • Low-rise apartment complex comprised of 11 buildings
  • Total units: 102
  • In operation since 2010
  • A partial flow of wastewater (20 L/s) is taken from a main sewer running outside the apartment buildings
  • 2x HUBER RoWin heat exchangers extract up to 210 kW of thermal energy from the wastewater
  • With heat pump COP of 5.0, we provide a heat output of approx. 260 kW
Energy Savings
  • Almost 386,000 kWh/a
Wintower Building
Winterthur, Switzerland
Project Description:
  • 28 stories and 236,800 ft2 of refurbished office space
  • Swiss Minergie Quality (“SMQ”) label certification
  • Required to use minimum 70% renewable energy to receive SMQ
  • RoK4‐700 fine screen pumping station inserted in a shaft beside the sewer next to building (sewer flow rate is 50 L/s)
  • 2 RoWin BG 8 heat exchangers installed in building basement
Energy Savings
  • The system provides 480 kW of heating and 840 kW of cooling
  • Coefficient of performance (COP) is approximately 5-6
American Geophysical Union
Washington D.C.
Project Description:
  • 7 storey structure and 62,000ft2 of refurbished office space
  • Certified Net-Zero Building by the U.S. Green Building Council
  • RoK4‐700 fine screen pumping station inserted in a shaft beside the sewer next to building (Sewer flow rate is 6,400 GPM)
  • 1 RoWin® BG 8 heat exchanger installed in building basement.
  • The system provides 480kW of heating & 840kW of cooling
  • Coefficient of Performance (COP) of over 6