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College plans to make facilities more green

On Sept. 20, the College signed a ten-year contract with the Energy Systems Group in order to improve the energy efficiency and performance of 34 campus buildings. Over the next ten years the College will yield net operational savings of $5.6 million.† Savings will be due to a major reduction in the College’s coal, natural gas, and electrical consumption as well as reducing the school’s carbon footprint by over 36 percent. Upgrades including new building controls, lighting and windows will begin Oct. 1 and the entire project will be complete by January 2012.

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