Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner and 2020 Chair, Greg Hanson presented Plastics Products Co. Maintenance Supervisor Stacey Ness, and Plant Manager Nate Carlson with a $2,288 rebate check for two recently completed energy efficiency projects.
The first project focused on Plastic Product’s compressed air system. Princeton Public Utilities conducted a free leak survey identifying 29 individual leaks throughout the system. Repairing those leaks is estimated to have saved Plastic Products approximately $17,000 in annual energy costs. To confirm the impacts, Ness installed a flowmeter in the compressed air system to provide additional confirmation of savings impacts.
The second project involved installing 40 new LED fixtures as part of a major office remodel project (as seen in the picture above). It is estimated that this will save Plastic Products and additional $900 per year. Princeton Public Utilities is proud to support the success of this 100% employee owned company.
To learn more about Princeton Public Utilities’ electric rebate programs for businesses and residents, please visit us at www.SaveEnergyInPrinceton.com.