State Capitol Building Gets Energy Upgrade on Earth Day

Apr 23, 2013

With incentives from utilities, the total taxpayer cost for the upgrades is 420-thousand dollars, which is expected to pay for itself in about a year and a half.
Credit kcra.com

The energy-efficient makeover is projected to save taxpayers a half-million dollars a year.

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