Wright State unveils energy consumption plan expected to save $35M


Wright State University is touting a new plan to reduce energy consumption nearly 40 percent and save more than $35 million over the next 15 years.

The university announced Monday it intends to sign a $25.2 million contract with New York-based ABM Industries Inc., which has a Dayton office, to implement energy efficiency measures that include modernize heating/cooling plants in buildings across its Dayton and Lake campuses. Implementation of the plan is slated to begin this month, pending approval by the Wright State Board of Trustees on Feb. 15.

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