November 05, 2021

NET ZERO: Manchester Energy Efficiency Project - Buckley Elementary School

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In Chapter 4 of the series, Manchester's Jim Farrell writes about the LED upgrades and benefits being added to Buckley Elementary School and other municipal buildings in Manchester. Read the full article: Chapter 4: 12,000 Points of Light.

More about the series: "Buckley Elementary School in Manchester is being renovated to ‘Net Zero Energy’, a project that is expected to take about 14 months (from ground-breaking to ribbon-cutting) and during that time there are a series of other ambitious sustainability projects underway in public buildings throughout town. Jim Farrell, who is the school district’s communications director and a former career journalist with The Hartford Courant, is writing about the work in monthly (or maybe more) installments."

Read more about Buckley Elementary School.


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