PC completes LED lighting upgrade, projects to save $100K a year

DONALD R. BAILEY, left, director of Phillips Memorial Library at Providence College, and John Sweeney, senior vice president and chief financial officer at PC, are pictured in the library, which recently completed a lighting upgrade that is expected to save the college $100,000 a year in operational costs. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVID LEVESQUE
PROVIDENCE – With a goal of increased campus sustainability, Providence College has completed a lighting-upgrade project estimated to save more than 1 million kilowatt hours and $100,000 in operating costs each year. According to Fairbanks Energy Services of Hingham, Mass., which was hired to design and build a 50,000-square-foot retrofit for the campus library, 4,000…

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