New York Town Completes $1 Million in Energy Efficiency, Water Projects

August 29, 2013

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) on August 27 announced the completion of two energy efficiency projects that will save the Village of Ossining $123,000 a year in energy and water costs at municipal filtration plants. More efficient fuel oil use will reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the operations center by more than 15%, while enhanced water-flow control will ensure that the amount of water being processed by the village is closely calibrated with the end-use needs of its residents. NYPA provided $1 million in low-cost financing for the initiatives that began construction in June 2012. See the NYPA press release.