Hospitality

Lake Louise Inn

Alberta, Canada

Lake Louise Inn is a resort nestled within the Rocky Mountains in Banff National Park. Commissioned in September 2018, this project is SHARC’s first installation in Alberta and the fourth PIRANHA installation across Canada.

It is also the first ever installation in a hotel, an enterprise that produces and wastes significant quantities of hot water. The system allows for the hotel to collect hot water from their laundry systems and reuse the heat in future laundry loads.

Instead of allowing it to drain into the sewer, Lake Louise Inn collects the hot wastewater discharge from their laundry systems. The water acts as a heat source for a PIRANHA T10 system, which is used to heat incoming cold water for future loads. This reduces their energy demand by as much as 85%. It also lowers their carbon emissions by over 80 tonnes, taking the equivalent of 17 cars off the road.

LLI, managed by Canadian hotelier Atlific Hotels, is SHARC Energy’s first installation in Alberta and the fourth PIRANHA installation across Canada. It is also the first ever installation in a hotel, an enterprise that produces and wastes significant quantities of hot water. The system allows for the hotel to collect hot water from their laundry systems and reuse the heat in future laundry loads.

"Our PIRANHA works great and is reliable, I’ve definitely noticed how much less our boilers run because of the reduced load. We love showing our Guests that we take actionable steps towards green energy."

Sylvain, Director of Maintenance, Lake Louise Inn

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