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HVAC Case Study: Dreamworld

Dreamworld is one of the most popular premier theme parks in Australia. It has seven of the tallest, fastest rides in the world. With its features and facilities, Dreamworld no doubt needs an ample amount of electricity to operate especially during its peak season.

Project Highlights

Project description: To reduce Dreamworld’s maximum energy demand

Energy Savings: 680,000 kilowatt hours (KWh) per annum

Total Savings: $6,083 per annum saved

Energy consumption

Dreamworld consumes a large amount of energy during seasons of high demands. They need to keep their rides and facilities running especially during peak season.


  • Power factor correction: 937.5 kVAr in multiple capacitor banks

  • Air curtains: Frico air curtains

  • Thermal efficiency: Trade Glass & Dorma automatic doors

  • Chiller (compressor) efficiency: Compressor optimisation system

  • Cooling coil efficiency: Continuous coil cleaning system

  • Building Management: System upgrade


Peak demand reduced by 696 kVA

Achieved 680,000 kilowatt hours (KWh) per annum in energy savings

Reduced carbon by 680 tonnes per annum

Improved power factor to 0.95

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