The owners of the Winston Road Business Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, had the goal to reduce energy consumption within their building. At the time, they owned an atmospheric type boiler and struggled with a tremendous gas bill which peaked at $68,242 in 2006.
A school district in Susquehanna County that has been surrounded by natural gas drilling for years is finally able to use that natural gas for heat. This bitter cold week is the first that Elk Lake schools are using natural gas and officials say making the switch from oil is going to mean big savings.
Terminal A of the Reagan International Airport had two existing very large cast iron boilers that were outdated and needed to be replaced. The Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority was also instituting new Green Initiatives with which the replacement boilers would need to comply. Lastly, there was a limited time frame for replacement of the boilers.