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Matt Callahan: Helping AC save money going greener

2013-06-13 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adair County Fiscal Court goes greener Matt Callahan, above, representing the Perfection Group, a Cincinnati, OH based energy efficiency company, pondered a question a magistrate during the Tuesday night, June 11, 2013 regular session of Adair Fiscal Court. The court approved a proposal by Callahan, recommended by CJE Ann Melton, to advertise for Requests for Proposals to initiate the cost savings program. The first target of the upgrades would be the heat and air conditioning system at the Adair County Regional Jail. The work is similar to that done by AMERSCO at the Adair County School District and by the Siemens Corporation at Lindsey Wilson College. Interest in Green initiatives such as this one have intensified under the pressure of budget constraints in recent years. Local governments and institutions have been especially aggressive in energy savings program, solid waste cost reductions, and reduction in zomby (neglected and routinely paid) account costs of telephony systems.
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