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The Administrative United States Penitentiary Thomson (AUSP Thomson) is making plans toward implementing an energy and water conservation project that will save them upwards of $33 million with the assistance of an energy savings performance contract. The savings generated through sustainable practice has caught the attention of correctional agencies around the country as they strive to better their institutions with cost-effective resources available outside of the traditional operating budget. AUSP will execute many energy related applications and come out ahead in operating costs with the included benefit of promoting sustainable practice. For more information on AUSP’s plan click here.

 

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