Robertson County

Guaranteed performance contracting upgrades reduce electricity consumption by more than 1.5 million kWh and natural gas use by more than 46,000 therms; result in first-year energy savings of $200,000+, and significant operational and maintenance cost savings.

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City of Harrisburg

Procurement of new electric supply contracts results in more competitive rates, $129,000 in annual electricity cost savings, and price certainty for the future; allows city to increase efficiency; provides new source of income.

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City of Sultan

Wastewater Treatment Plant and Booster Pump and station upgrades collectively reduce energy use by 122,786 kWh a year, saving $10,400 annually, and qualify for incentives of nearly $23,000; Department of Commerce grants for plant exceed $196,000.

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Hopkins County Jail

With a population of nearly 47,000, Hopkins County offers the friendliness of a small town, combined with outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities. As part of the community, Hopkins County Jail provides inmates for special area projects, roadside cleanup and an inmate culinary program. The jail also employs a variety of innovative programs such as recycling of waste, and a produce garden, which helps lower food costs at the jail.

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Juvenile Secure Detention Center

The City of Newport News Juvenile Secure Detention Center was opened in January 2005 to provide a positive experience for detained youth in a safe and secure environment, while protecting public safety. The state-of-the-art facility utilizes the best practices in juvenile justice and features cutting edge technology. The program includes school for approximately 110 juveniles during the traditional school year. Evening activities include visitations, religious services, physical recreation, group sessions and counseling. In alignment with its standard operations, when the center’s compressors failed, administrators implemented best practices to get systems back up and running for the comfort of its detainees and staff.

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