The Industrial Pipe, Valve & Fittings Council Presents:
A Networking Luncheon & Tour of the GTAA Cogeneration Plant
The Greater Toronto Area Cogeneration Plant is a combined cycle natural gas and steam power station owned by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority in Mississauga. The plant is primarily used to supply steam (for heating and cooling) and power to Toronto Pearson International Airport with surplus power sold onto the Ontario grid.
Participants attending this unique event hosted b y CIPH’s Industrial PVF Council will have the opportunity to tour the two GTAA facilities adjacent to each other; the Central Utilities Plant (CUP) and the Cogeneration Facility.
The CUP supplies facilities at the airport with space heating and cooling, via pipelines, with a combination of four 1,250 ton electrical drives, two 2,000 ton steam drive chillers and four 65,760-lb/hr package boilers normally fueled by natural gas, with number two fuel oil as backup.
The 117MW Cogeneration facility is a cycling facility that uses a common 2 x 1 combined-cycle configuration. Two 42-MW GE LM6000PD gas turbines exhaust into separate, dual-pressure, once-through heat-recovery steam generators (OTSGs). The outputs of the OTSGs are combined to feed a single 33-MW steam turbine from Siemens.
The GTAA Cogeneration facility, when online, supplies steam to the CUP that can used to for heating or cooling to optimize electrical and natural gas consumption.
This event will be preceded by an IPVF Council Networking Luncheon at the Westin Toronto Airport Hotel - Plaza B Room.
11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursday, May 18, 2017
11:30 am - 12:45 pm: Reception & Luncheon: WestinToronto Airport Hotel - Plaza B
6900 Airport Rd, Mississauga (directions)
1:00 - 2:00 pm: GTAA Cogen Plant Tour
950 Dixon Rd, Mississauga (directions)
Registration fee: $99/per person