Boston hospital saves more than 5,000,000 kWh with energy upgrades

February 16, 2017

Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has completed more than 20 energy efficiency projects, according to an article on the Business Wire website.

LED lighting and advanced controls retrofits were installed throughout the campus

Fairbanks Energy secured a total of $727,000 in Eversource and National Grid utility incentives for MGH for efficiency enhancements in its facilities throughout Boston.

Renovations have been made in hallways, common areas, warehouse facilities, building entrances, exterior areas of buildings, research labs, administrative offices and amenities such as cafeterias and cafes.

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