[COLOR=#708090]Honeywell to Help Quincy Cut Energy Costs
Honeywell has announced a $32.8-million contract with Quincy, Mass., for a conservation program that will reduce the city’s energy costs, improve its buildings, and cut greenhouse gas emissions. The 20-year contract is the first of its kind for a Massachusetts city since the state passed legislation that allows municipalities to enter into long-term energy-saving projects.
“This is a milestone energy-conservation project not only for the city, but also the state,” said Mayor William Phelan. “We are extremely proud to be a municipal leader in energy conservation. This program makes sense from environmental and financial perspectives.”[/COLOR]