Columbia University Saves $700,000 a Year Via Energy Efficiency
The university received $469,000 in incentives through Con Edisonâ€™s Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Program to offset part of the projectâ€™s $2.25 million cost. The upgrade will reduce electricity usage at Columbiaâ€™s campus in Manhattanâ€™s Morningside Heights neighborhood by 3.5 million kWh a year. The school will recoup its investment in just over two years.
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