Vestar, Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority begin major energy system improvement program

The program will address the energy infrastructure in more than 4,600 housing units at 33 developments and 900 scattered sites at a total project cost of $7.2 million. Included in the program will be boiler replacements, water conservation efforts, chiller replacements, comprehensive lighting retrofits and replacements, and energy conservation training and awareness. The estimated construction time is eight to ten months with work scheduled to begin in February.

By the OGJ Online Staff


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