How Medina High School saves $83k/year in energy costs

Forward-thinking Medina City School District is saving $83,000 in annual energy costs following the installation of an MTU natural gas Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system.

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  • Why school officials determined that a CHP system was more cost-effective than wind or solar power.
  • The benefits of doubling overall energy efficiency while significantly decreasing emissions.
  • How the CHP unit uses energy that would otherwise be wasted to heat two swimming pools.

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CHP SYSTEM GENERATES SAVINGS FOR OHIO HIGH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY CENTER