Energy efficiency company says its services can save Youngstown millions

Could energy efficiency savings cover a projected $2.5 million to $3 million budget shortfall for the city of Youngstown? Energy Management Services LLC thinks so; the company’s energy engineer, Jennifer Stofko, emailed city officials asking for a meeting to discuss how Energy Management could “potentially save the city $2.5 million,” according to a recent article in The Vindicator. Carl Avers, a consultant for Energy Management, said “the company encourages the use of LED lighting and teaches building owners how to better manage energy.” Avers said, “[w]e install more-efficient motors, more-efficient fans and chillers, and where they are not on a district steam system, we put in more-efficient boilers.” For more, read the full article

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