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Water, wastewater save city money by monitoring power usage

Water, wastewater save city money by monitoring power usage

The city of Albany has received more than $130,000 in incentives and saved more than $500,000 in electric and natural gas bills since 2015. During a City Council work session on Monday night, Water Superintendent Karen Kelley and Water Reclamation Facility Supervisor Scott LaRoque briefed the council on cost-cutting and energy-saving changes made to the system over the last three years, highlighting the partnership between the city and Energy Trust of Oregon — an organization that helps businesses and local governments improve operations to reap clean energy benefits. “We needed to write a standard operating procedure for energy management […]

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