Saving Energy in Michigan's Schools Westwood Community School District Hamilton J. Robichaud High School, Dearborn Heights

Author(s)
Tim Shireman
 
Date
1996
 
Source
Michigan Energy Office, Dept. of Labor & Economic Growth
 
Abstract
In 1995 and 1996, energy efficiency improvements made at the Hamilton J. Robichaud High School in Dearborn Heights reduced its energy costs by 25%. The primary energy reducer was the installation of energy efficient modular boilers to replace older, oversized models. Savings for the boiler upgrade alone accounted for a 27% reduction in natural gas costs.
 
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