CETAC signs a deal for Heat Station Campus development

Miami-based United American Corp (UnitedCorp) announced recently that its operating division, the Canadian Agriculture Thermal Energy Corporation / Corporation d’Énergie Thermique Agricole du Canada (CETAC) has entered into an exclusive conditional Purchase Agreement in Beauharnois, Québec for the development of a new Heat Station Campus. The 90-acre site is located approximately 450 m from the Hydro-Québec Léry substation.

Following the successful development of its first 8.5 MW Heat Campus in Ste-Marie-Madeleine, Québec and with plans for two new sites for an additional 3.8 MW currently underway, the Company is now preparing plans for the construction of a Campus with 10 Heat Stations, each supplying dry Agri-heat to a total of 770,000 square feet or 7 hectares of adjacent greenhouses. The Beauharnois Campus will be called CETAC IV and at full capacity will use 40 MW of power for Heat Stations and 9MW for photosynthetic lighting.

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