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N.Y. hospital energy update could reduce annual costs by $220,000

The upgrade is expected to reduce the hospital's heating and air conditioning energy use by 50 percent

April 1, 2019

Auburn Community Hospital's update of its heating and air conditioning systems is expected to reduce annual energy costs by $220,000, according to an article on the CNY Central website.

The upgrade is expected to reduce the hospital's heating and air conditioning energy use by 50 percent .

It will also provide cooler conditions in the hospital's six operating rooms.

The hospital says that savings will be reinvested back into patient care.

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