An energy balance.
H2O Applied Technologies is now offering its Utility Expense Reduction Program to IHEs. Through the program, institutions can reduce energy usage by installing new, more energy efficient equipment. Requiring no capital or use of debt capacity from the IHE, the program is structured as an off-balance sheet transaction. First, a detailed audit of utilities such as electricity is conducted. Following the audit, H2O uses its own money to replace or improve equipment to achieve energy savings. In return, the company will receive a percentage of the actual measured energy savings over the course of six years, plus continue to keep track of the IHE's energy usage. Visit www.h2oappliedtech.com.
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|Date:||Jun 1, 2008|
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