Troy Margetts, WhiteWater World’s park operations general manager says the cutting-edge system upgrade will consolidate the park as one of the most energy efficient water parks on the planet.
He says EvoEnergy’s redesign will continue to heat more than 30 slides, water-rides and pools to 27 degrees while cutting existing carbon emissions by over 35 percent.
Margetts says on top of the environmental benefits, the technology’s smart control and monitoring capabilities will boost operational efficiencies as well.
“The EvoHeat CS200-GEN2 technology will allow us to monitor and remotely control all aspects of the water heating plant to ensure maximum comfort for our guests all year round,” he says.
Energy and cost savings
Director EvoEnergy Travis McNeill says 19 high-performance heat pumps will provide up to 3610kW heating capacity, unparalleled energy efficiency and a reduction in running costs of over 70 percent.
“The financial savings over the existing gas boiler system are phenomenal. Our technology is incredibly economic and has helped pave the way for sustainable heat pump technology in Australia, slashing running costs and cutting carbon emissions for thousands of homes and commercial businesses,” says McNeill.
Various trades including hydraulic engineers, plumbers, electricians, BMS/controls specialists, civil works contractors, labourers, gas technicians and design draftsman will converge on WhiteWater World to complete the installation by May.