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Energy use at BCC discussed

Barton Community College Vice President of Administration Mark Dean gives a report on the campus’s energy management system, Tuesday at the Fine Arts Building.

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Energy usage on the Barton Community College is down from 2000, even though there have been additions to the campus since then, BCC Vice President of Administration Mark Dean said.
Most of the buildings on the Barton Community College campus are 50 years old, but an energy management system was installed in 1992. State and federal grants paid for 90 percent of the cost, Dean reported at Tuesday’s BCC Board of Trustees study session.
“The main purpose of the grant was to save energy,” Dean said. Years ago, someone “flipped a switch” to turn the heat in a building ...

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