Bozeman Hires McKinstry for Energy Upgrades
The City of Bozeman, Mont., signed a $494,008 contract with McKinstry to perform energy efficiency upgrades, including a $222,000 project to convert nearly 200 streetlights to LEDs, reports the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.
McKinstry will guarantee a minimum annual savings of $49,645, resulting in a return on investment of about 10 years.
McKinstry conducted an energy audit of city facilities earlier this year and recommended boiler and mechanical upgrades and software to improve the city’s management of computer power usage and plug loads, along with the lighting upgrades.
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