City Uses Utility Savings To Upgrade Infrastructure

The City of El Paso recognized that it needed to address two major issues: escalating utility costs and aging infrastructure. It was also one of the municipalities faced with a Texas state mandate to improve air quality by lowering electricity usage. The City partnered with Johnson Controls, a global leader in energy conservation services, to revitalize the infrastructure in 53 City facilities (2.1 million sq. ft.) and 6,600 traffic signals while lowering energy consumption. Improvements will be implemented at facilities throughout the City, including libraries, recreation centers, pools, senior citizen centers, police stations, museums, city hall, theatres and the convention center.

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