Stamford, CT St. John’s Lutheran Church in Stamford, CT has achieved a whopping emissions reduction of over 80% through holistic long term planning to both save energy and make better use of their buildings. In their own words , “Several projects were part of a long-term planning effort that began in 2008-2009: Efficient lighting installations […]
80% and Above CO2 Reduction
Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church – All Hands on Deck!
Cincinnati, Ohio Mt. Auburn Presbyterian has reduced their carbon emissions by 75 tons through energy saving measures and the installation of solar panels, but that isn’t all. They have continued to make changes – new windows, new HVAC system and an upgrade to LED lighting and the estimated carbon reductions come to 80%. The results […]
Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Tucson, AZ Gold Certified Cool Congregation, 80% carbon reduction A progressive and diverse urban parish, Grace Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church wished to preserve as much as possible the mature trees that provided shade for their grounds, habitat for birds and other creatures. Grace St. Paul’s sees themselves as part of the religious response to global […]
Temple Beth El in Stamford
Stamford, CT Gold Certified Cool Congregation, 80% carbon reduction Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut now has one of the largest installations of its kind on a house of worship in the United States and is also the 2013 Cool Congregations Challenge winner in the category of Renewable Energy. The new, 210 kW Photovoltaic Solar Panel System, utilizes […]