Pepco Energy to boost energy efficiency project for Illinois health care system

Pepco Energy Services, a unit of Pepco Holdings that markets energy savings performance contracting, will implement an energy savings performance contract project for Sarah Bush Lincoln Health System in Mattoon, Ill.

Pepco Energy will install more than $3 million in new energy conservation measures and infrastructure for twelve buildings, which include a hospital, medical centers, office buildings and clinics. The project will include exterior LED lighting retrofits, building automation system upgrades, water conservation measures, steam system improvements, ventilation system retrofits and building envelope sealing.

The new and improved energy infrastructure is guaranteed by Pepco Energy Services to reduce energy consumption by more than 22 percent saving SBLHS more than $334,000 annually.

Construction began in June 2013 and is expected to be completed in December 2013.

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