Okotoks completed a multi-facility energy efficiency retrofit in 2014, which included their Recreation Centre, Centennial Arena, and Fire Hall. With operational cost savings expected to be as high as $50,000 per year, the payback period is estimated to be 6.7 years. The project will also save the Town 4,268 GJ of energy and 327 tonnes of GHG emissions per year.
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Beaumont conducted a multi-facility energy efficiency retrofit in 2014, which included their Town Office, Fire Hall, and RCMP Detachment. With significant operational cost savings estimated to be $12,442, the payback period is expected to be only 1.9 years. The project will save 934 GJ of energy and 76 tonnes of GHG emissions per year.