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Ameresco Inc. has completed the infrastructure upgrades associated with a $1.2 million Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) with Ohio's Cloverleaf School District, which included energy-efficiency initiatives at four facilities.

The company says the improvements are expected to help the district save over $100,000 in energy and operational costs annually for the duration of the 15-year contract. Ameresco provides a financial guarantee that the cost of the high-efficiency equipment will be paid for over time through energy savings.

Energy conservation measures implemented in the facilities include occupancy-sensing light switches, lighting upgrades, building automation system upgrades, domestic hot water boiler replacements, heating hot water boiler replacements, and high-efficiency boilers at all HVAC demand levels.

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