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Tim O'Kane Fri, January 13, 2017 News 

School District Weighing HVAC Options

The St. Joseph School District has begun to evaluate its options for potential heating and air conditioning upgrades.

The Board of Education heard a presentation Monday from Energy Solutions Professionals (ESP) — the same firm which oversaw the district's HVAC upgrades last summer — on different ways the district could improve the heat and install air conditioning at Bode and Truman Middle Schools and Benton, Central and Lafayette High Schools.



ESP Tue, February 03, 2015 News 

Wornall Plaza project receives Capstone Award in Green Design Category

ESP’s work was among the 32 projects chosen to receive a 2015 Capstone Award.



ESP Fri, December 26, 2014 News 

New program promises savings for old Kansas City buildings

The Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program is providing a way for old buildings to get major energy upgrades. The energy savings cover the big upfront cost of the improvements, which also benefit the environment and provide jobs.



ESP Fri, December 12, 2014 News 

First PACE financed project launches in Kansas City

The new PACE financed project will help Signature Property Management save more than $55,000 a year in utility and operating costs for Wornall Plaza Condominiums following $670,000 worth of renovations.



ESP Tue, February 04, 2014 News 

Culver-Stockton Goes Green

Culver-Stockton College Energy-efficient Grant will save the College $368,000 per Year


Tim O'Kane Fri, May 04, 2012 News 

Prairie Village digs deep to find energy savings with geothermal system

Beneath the pristine green lawn outside Prairie Village’s community center, 32 holes each plunge deeper than the length of a football field. Although not visible, they serve an essential function, creating a pathway for a new geothermal heating and cooling system for three Prairie Village government buildings.


Tim O'Kane Fri, March 09, 2012 News 

Lights Out! competition leads to significant savings

After a month of competition, the three University of Kansas buildings competing in the Lights Out! energy-saving contest are making major reductions in their energy use. Bailey Hall, Green Hall and Summerfield Hall have combined to save 10% off their overall energy use, compared to last February.


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