UGI presented a $100,000 Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) rebate check to Misericordia University for energy efficiency improvements made during the renovation and expansion of the University’s Frank M. and Dorothea Henry Science Center.
Misericordia received the rebate through the Custom Program provision of UGI’s Gas EE&C Program. As part of the Henry Science Center construction project, the University installed high-efficiency natural gas boilers and water heaters, as well as upgrading the facility’s insulation. The Henry Science Center is being built to LEED Silver efficiency standards.
As a result of these measures, Misericordia will save more than 28,000 CCF (hundred cubic feet) of natural gas each year.
“UGI is pleased to provide this check to Misericordia University,” Robert Stoyko, UGI vice president of customer relations, said. “Installation of innovative, energy efficiency technology at education facilities allows institutions to focus more of their resources on preparing students for successful lives and careers.”
The UGI Gas EE&C program is designed to achieve lower energy usage and reduced overall costs for customers. The program is available to both residential and commercial customers. UGI also offers an Electric EE&C program for electric service customers. UGI customers interested in learning more about the EE&C program are encouraged to visit www.ugi.com/savesmart.
To learn more about the Henry Science Center visit www.misericordia.edu/about/fast-facts/henry-science-center.
Caption: UGI presented a $100,000 Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) rebate check to Misericordia University for energy efficiency improvements made during the renovation and expansion of the University’s Frank M. and Dorothea Henry Science Center. Presenting the rebate check, from left are Mark Binder, Program Manager, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs, UGI Utilities, Inc; Bruce Davis: Regional Manager, UGI Utilities, Inc.; Joe Bauman: Relationship Manager, Major Accounts, UGI Utilities, Inc.; Meredith Vincelli, Manager, Corporate Relations, Misericordia University; and Mark Van Etten, Vice President, Finance and Administration.