Energy Efficient Lighting at New Restaurant

Heavenly Fresh, a family-owned restaurant, focuses on providing healthy and nutritious snacks and meals. The restaurant opened in November 2021 and is open from 7 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday, and 8 am to 2 pm on Saturday. When the Shilo family took over the space at 900 S Rum River Drive, they did a complete renovation. The project included replacing older inefficient fixtures with energy-efficient LED fixtures. The Shilo’s received a utility rebate of $800 and should save $400 per year. Lisa Shilo said, “We really appreciate the support from Princeton Public Utilities. We spent a lot of money to get this place fixed up, so every bit helps!”

Pictured are Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher (left), Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly, Heavenly Fresh Owner Lisa Shilo (and family members) and Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner Richard Schwartz with a utility rebate check for lighting.

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