U.S. Naval Station Great Lakes reduces energy use more than 13 percent with energy efficiency project from Constellation.
U.S. Naval Station Great Lakes completed an energy efficiency project through Constellation that has reduced the station’s total energy use by more than 13 percent.
By implementing water and energy conservation measures, the U.S. Naval Station expects to conserve an estimated 10,780 gallons of water and avoid the creation of 18,298 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually over the next 18 years.
The $20 million project included upgrades to lighting, energy management systems, chilled water, boiler plant and steam systems as well as water and wastewater conservation.