Connecticut’s Energy Independence Act (EIA) has begun paying dividends for one of the largest continuing care adult communities in the state.
In the case of the 250-unit Marina Point Condominium Association, taking advantage of CHP is going to yield multiple benefits for its nearly 500 residents.
NBHA selected Dalkia Aegis to conduct a feasibility study for reducing energy costs with a CHP system, showing that Boa Vista was a good candidate and would save NBHA nearly $400,000 over ten years.
2 Tudor City Place is a residential cooperative building consisting of 300 apartments located within Tudor City in New York, New York.
The 160-bed center, a privately owned and family operated skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, had undertaken an intensive review it’s energy requirements
Celebrating its 70th anniversary, The Bradley Home and Pavilion, in Meriden, Conn., needed to take a long-term approach to energy costs for the long-term care facility.