St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton’s Charleton, Ontario campus, where Honeywell completed part of a $9.3 million energy retrofit and renewal program for the hospital.
Honeywell recently announced $19.5 million in energy savings and facility renewal programs in Canada and the U.S. with Cambridge Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and Central Dauphin School District.
Savings from the following three Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) are guaranteed to pay for the building improvements:
- Through a $2-million energy saving and facility renewal program with Cambridge Memorial Hospital in Ontario, Honeywell will combine traditional facility upgrades with several innovative conservation measures, including a SolarWall® air heating system. Honeywell will also help the hospital address deferred maintenance, reduce its environmental footprint and save approximately $163,000 in utility costs per year.
- Honeywell and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton in Ontario announced the completion of facility improvements under a $9.3-million energy retrofit and renewal program. By combining energy-efficient upgrades with critical building enhancements, the program will help the Charlton and Stoney Creek campuses address deferred maintenance, reduce their environmental footprints and save almost $1 million in utility costs per year.
- Honeywell also announced an $8.2-million energy efficiency and conservation program for the Central Dauphin School District in Harrisburg, Pa. The program, which combines traditional facility retrofits with several innovative conservation measures, will help the district upgrade buildings, reduce its environmental footprint and save approximately $1.1 million in utility costs per year.