December 15, 2015
Connecticut Green Guide

Meriden YMCA upgrades to lower energy bill

The Meriden YMCA said it will save nearly $689,000 over the next 20 years, thanks to a recently installed cogeneration system, efficient lighting and occupancy controls.

The Connecticut Green Bank's Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) provided a $372,466 low-interest loan for the project, which the Y said will help keep the water in its showers hot during peak usage times and allow for more funding for providing kids camp scholarships and memberships to low-income families.

Southington's Emendee Technologies was the energy consultant for the project.

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