Chicago’s Chatham Park Village Cooperative To Save $4M in Energy Costs
Before and After photos of the Chatham Park Village Cooperative (CPVC) boiler room.
New boiler and indirect water heater combinations, recently installed at the Chatham Park Village Cooperative (CPVC) located in Chicago, Ill., will improve energy efficiency of each heating system and domestic hot water system to 95 percent and save $4,454,000 in energy costs over 20 years. CPVC is a non-profit housing cooperative established to provide affordable housing to residents in Chicago, Illinois.
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Posted by FanningCommunications
on Jul 1st, 2014 and filed under News
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