Local officials tour energy-efficient Hershey Medical Center

By District Energy posted 06-08-2018 00:00

  

Hannah Fields, Central Penn Business Journal

Campus Energy Engineer Kevin Kanoff gives local legislators and energy experts a tour of the combined heat and power plant on Thursday, June 7.Campus Energy Engineer Kevin Kanoff gives local legislators and energy experts a tour of the combined heat and power plant on Thursday, June 7. - (Photo / )

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The Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center opened its doors to local officials Thursday to show how it saves more than $2.7 million annually through energy efficient technology.

The event, hosted by Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance, featured Marvin Smith, assistant vice president of facilities for the Hershey Medical Center, and campus energy engineer, Kevin Kanoff, who described the energy conservation measures that the hospital is taking and plans to implement.

Through Act 129, the state’s energy efficiency resource program, Hershey Medical Center has received just under $1.5 million in incentives. That's on top of its total accumulated cost savings of $11.8 million.

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