Leveraging $6 Million into $50 Million Worth of Energy Projects
Six-million dollars will soon be turned into roughly $50 million worth of energy efficiency projects in Utah. The Utah State Energy Program (USEP) is partnering with the Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM) to invest more than $50 million in energy efficiency measures in state-owned buildings.
“This partnership allows DFCM to add $44 million for numerous energy efficiency upgrades,” said Meghan Golden, USEP Clean Energy Program Specialist. “Also, the projects will be completed in a relatively short time frame.” Energy efficiency projects may involve activities such as replacing lighting with more efficient systems or upgrading heating ventilation and air conditioning equipment.
Utah State Energy Program
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act