Ameresco Makes Energy Improvements in New Hampshire
Ameresco, an NEC member based in Framingham, MA, has partnered with the State of New Hampshire in an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) to implement energy conservation efforts in New Hampshire facilities.
The initiative will involve over twenty state-owned facilities in the state’s Seacoast region. The transition of these buildings will include such measures such as lighting system improvements, auto-temperature control systems, improved ventilation, pipe insulation, and updated energy management systems, resulting in improved conditions for workers and visitors. The energy improvements will save the state money, which will then be used to pay off the cost of the facility upgrades. The ESPC project will be completed in March 2021, and the contract term extends over a 20-year period.
“Through an ESPC, New Hampshire’s Seacoast region is able to update 21 key state facilities to be more energy efficient” said David J. Anderson, Executive Vice President and Director at Ameresco. “We are proud to partner with the State of New Hampshire to help them create a more sustainable environment for visitors and workers of these facilities.”
The Council applauds Ameresco’s work with the State of New Hampshire to make these improvements for the benefit of the environment and state citizens. Read more in the Framingham Source.
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