Honeywell Energy Audit

July 18, 2011 · 0 comments

in Energy Saving

Lebanon PA 9/24/09: Patrick Salmon reported that Lebanon Countys Honeywell contract exceeded the guaranteed savings by $100000. The original guaranteed savings were $1300000, and actual savings were $1400000, which exceeded the payment for energy upgrades over ten years. A new Honeywell proposal would guarantee $1800000 in savings over fifteen years. Upgrades at the Municipal Building, Adult and Juvenile Probation, Community Action Partnership, Donald J. Rhine District Judge Building, MHMR, Cedar Haven, and the Prison could include lighting and controls, temperature controls, VFDs on circulating pumps, kitchen hood controller systems, ozone treatment for laundry, walk-in freezer controls, dish washer booster heater, DDC controls, EMS/re-commission system, vending misers, condensing boilers. Commissioners also inquired about interior LED lights, new windows, and insulation. In addition to saving electricity, some of the improvements have the potential to save water and reduce heat costs. In 2010, electric rate caps will come off, and additional energy saving devices and building upgrades will help to keep utility bills in check as well as help to make County buildings green. With todays approval to move forward, Honeywell will develop a cafeteria plan that breaks cost savings down into 5,10, 15 or greater years to recover the cost of each improvement. After consulting with building maintenance staff, commissioners will finalize an agreement. Honeywell will assist with

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