ENER-G Rudox, Inc. will receive a $400,000 ACE Program grant for the installation of a 160 kW combined cooling heat and power (CCHP) system at the Simpson House Retirement Community located in the City of Philadelphia. In addition the $3,407,345 project will include upgrades to the electrical infrastructure, replacement of inefficient and outdated boilers, the addition of an absorption chiller, retrofitting of lighting fixtures and integration of a building energy management system.
“The Corbett Administration recognizes the importance of expanding our investments in the energy sector as we continue to make Pennsylvania a leader in the field,” said Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker. “Our investments in alternative and clean energy continue to result in a better environment, cost savings for businesses and residents, as well as new jobs for Pennsylvanians.”
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