Truman Rewarded for Energy Saving Projects

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Representatives of Truman accept a check from Ameren Missouri, Jan. 28 in Pickler Memorial Library. Ameren Missouri awarded Truman more than $300,000 in connection with the University's new energy saving project. Ameren's Business Energy Efficiency Program offered cash incentives and technical assistance to commercial and industrial electric customers in 2015 in order to help trim controllable energy costs. Work on the energy-saving measures in the 16-month plan began in summer 2015. The improvements, ranging from installing new light fixtures to updating the heating, cooling and ventilation systems of multiple buildings, are estimated to save the University more than $1 million annually. Pictured, from left to right: Bob Techau, Tim Baker, Donna Liss, Kent Clow of Energy Solutions Professionals, Annette Sweet of Ameren Missouri, Karl Schneider, David Cameron and Steven Peeler.