Kettering Health Network Achieves $1 Million in Energy Efficiency Rebates from Dayton Power & Light
The Dayton Power and Light Company is recognizing Kettering Health Network today for earning $1 million in rebates through energy-saving measures that are improving the environment. The efforts are part of a broader corporate energy efficiency initiative that includes the Kettering Medical Center, Grandview Medical Center, Greene Memorial Hospital, Soin Medical Center, Southview Medical Center and Sycamore Medical Center.
The $1 million rebate milestone is a collective effort across all Kettering Health Network facilities.
Specific Programs and Energy Savings include:
- Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning – 5,508,872 kWh per year, $600,000 rebates
- Lighting – 3,114,558 kWh per year, $300,000 rebates
- New construction, compressors, motors and other programs to achieve the higher energy efficiencies – 1,117,227 kWh per year, $100,000 rebates
As a result of these energy efficiency projects, Kettering Health Network is expected to save approximately 10 million kWh annually which accumulates to a yearly cost savings of $591,486.
“DP&L is proud to partner with Kettering Health Network in helping them meet their energy efficiency goals and recognizes the achievement of $1 million in total energy rebates,” said DP&L President and CEO Tom Raga. “Kettering Health Network is taking the necessary steps across their facilities making energy efficiency and the environment a priority and today, we celebrate the realization of those efforts.”
“We appreciate this generous rebate from DP&L,” said Roy Chew, president of Kettering Health Network. “By being energy efficient, not only are we improving the environment, we are carefully managing the resources entrusted to our care as a faith-based, not-for-profit organization.”