Honeywell Pays $4 Million to Resolve Dispute Over Water-Meter Upgrades
Honeywell has reached a settlement agreement with the Massachusetts attorney general regarding a $32.8 million energy efficiency and conservation program launched more than five years ago with the City of Quincy, Mass.
In 2008, Honeywell completed work on a variety of improvements designed to save energy and operating costs for Quincy, under a new state law enabling Massachusetts municipalities to enter into long-term energy savings performance contracts. As part of the project, Honeywell installed more than 600 new commercial water meters.
The attorney general’s office subsequently questioned whether the law allowed Honeywell to include new water meters in the bundle of upgrades the company performed.
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