St. Charles Church & School Energy Savings Project

Author(s) 
Michigan Energy Office
 
Date
1998
 
Source 
 
Abstract 
St.Charles is a combination of a church and school within one building. The school wing is about 40 years old. The church, originally on the south side of the school, caught fire and a new church was built north of the school wing. The old church was bulldozed and no longer exists. When the new church was built, ground source cooling was installed for the church only. The school has no cooling. The heat for both the school and church is provided by a hot water boiler.
 
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