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Energy improvements at Louisiana hospital to save $200K a year

The improvement measures include replacing water management fixtures

August 29, 2018

LaSalle General Hospital in East Central Louisiana is planning infrastructure improvements that are expected to save the facility $200,000 annually, according to an article on the Environmental Leader website.

The improvements include replacing water management fixtures, a water heating system and steam boilers, as well as air handling units and related controllers.

LaSalle’s lighting will also be upgraded to include occupancy sensors and a night setback energy management system.

The improvements are being funded by a $2 million energy savings performance contract (ESPC) with Siemens.

Read the article.



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