Michigan adds PACE energy efficiency projects - Smart Energy Decisions

July 27, 2018

Michigan adds PACE energy efficiency projects

Roberts Riverwalk Urban Resort Hotel in Detroit and the Liquid Web Data Center in Lansing are each beginning new energy-efficiency projects through the Lean and Green Michigan program, funded by Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE.

A report by Crain’s Detroit Business said the projects are worth a combined $8.5 million. The Roberts Riverwalk project is budgeted at $4.76 million and will feature the addition of LED lights, solar parking lights, HVAC upgrades, and other energy-saving building improvements expected to save $15.6 million over 10 years. The Liquid Web project, at $3.69 million will add computer-controlled, high-efficiency air-conditioners to the facility for an estimated $10.2 million in savings over 10 years.

Noting that PACE projects had a slow start in the state, the report tallied $6 million in projects from 2015 to 2017. In 2018, $14.5 million in projects have already been facilitated.

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