Tour: 27 October, 2017 @ 4pm - Enwave

About the Company

Enwave Energy Corporation is a fully integrated, sustainable energy services provider with operations in Toronto, Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Seattle and Windsor, Ont. In each community, the company operates highly efficient thermal energy plants that distribute steam, hot water and/or chilled water to customer buildings. Customers connected to these systems enjoy multiple benefits including reduced operating costs, lower emissions and unmatched reliability.

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. operates high quality, long-life assets that generate stable cash flows, require relatively minimal maintenance capital expenditures and, by virtue of barriers to entry and other characteristics, tend to appreciate in value over time.

Our current business consists of the ownership and operation of premier utilities, transport, energy and communications infrastructure assets in North and South America, Australia and Europe. Brookfield Infrastructure also seeks acquisition opportunities in other infrastructure sectors with similar attributes.

The Tour

The tour will take place at 4pm on Friday the 27th of October.  The tour will be conducted by Alex Sotirov, a representative of EnWave.

He will take the students for a tour of the company, and then for a question and answer session. The tour will conclude at about 4.30pm.


Enwave is located at the Bay Adelaide Centre 333 Bay Street, Suite 710Toronto, Ontario M5H 2R2. This location is accessible on public transport, with the trip taking about 15 minutes from LSI.


The host company is expecting a small group of up to 7 students, as well as an instructor/guide from LSI. ID may be required. When you arrive, please present yourself to reception, and Alex will meet you for the tour.

There is a chance that the tour may visit the energy production facility lower in the building. If this happens, there will be the following special requirements:

Personal safety requirements (please advise all team members):

  • Full sleeve shirts must be worn,
  • Long pants must be worn,
  • Closed toe shoes without heels are required - some floor surfaces in the facility are made of metal grates.

Protective equipment provided at the facility:

  • Safety shoes (steel toe) required due to slipping hazards - we do have safety toe caps for those who do not have their own safety shoes,
  • Ear protection required in some areas due to loud noises -  we will provide all guests with earplugs, if required.