Cleveland Thermal serves its clients from two plants: one located on Canal Road near the city’s Flats District and its Hamilton Avenue location on the bluffs, just east of Downtown Cleveland.
Cleveland Thermal’s pipeline consists of nearly 20 miles of piping that transports energy from either of these facilities to your building. In fact, Cleveland Thermal’s underground piping network serves more than 30 million square feet of property. From both of its facilities, Cleveland Thermal generates 1.25 billion pounds of steam and 18 million tons-hour of chilled water annually and is expanding to meet growing demand.
The Canal Road plant controls steam distribution for the West side downtown. It will also serve as a satellite facility for new development.
Early in 2017, with the conversion from coal to clean-burning natural gas, the Hamilton Avenue steam generating plant provides heating and cooling for the downtown service area. This plant serves today’s needs and positions Cleveland Thermal with added capacity for future growth and expansion – including a full 1,000 KW of renewable energy.
Take an inside look at Cleveland Thermal’s operations below.