ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT BRIGHT CHILD DAYCARE

Bright Child Building Owner Jim Oliver received a rebate check of $2,880 from Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher, Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly, and Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner Jack Edmonds.
This project included a full retrofit of all their older fluorescent lamps with energy-efficient LED lamps. Annual energy savings are approximately $5,000 per year. This project reduces greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to taking seven cars off the roads. Jim shared, “We recently bought the building, and our maintenance person convinced me to replace the inefficient lighting. I can see the bill savings and this rebate was a tremendous help!”
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