August 21, 2013

UNH expects to save $1M through energy program

The University of New Haven says it will save approximately $1 million in energy costs through its participation in a program sponsored by the quasi-public Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority.

Under the Campus Efficiency Now program, the school will install high-efficiency motors and variable speed drives for its HVAC systems as well as occupancy sensors for lighting at four of its campus facilities — the Marvin K. Peterson Library, Bartels Hall, the David A. Beckerman Recreation Center and the Charger Gymnasium.

For five years, the school will pay only for delivered energy efficiency savings at a discounted rate. It will get installations and equipment for free.


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