Painesville energy improvements funded by NOPEC grants

Three separate grants from the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council will enable Painesville Township to “begin multiple energy conservation improvements” in government buildings, The News-Herald reports. The grants, for approximately $50,000 each, “have been scheduled yearly from 2018 to 2020,” according to the article. Painesville will make improvements to its fire stations including replacement of HVAC systems with more efficient models and insulating ceilings in the bays. The Township Hall’s indoor lighting will be replaced with LED bulbs to lower energy usage. For more, read the full article.

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