Norman County East Secondary School completes phase three of energy efficiency upgrades

Receives rebate from Otter Tail Power Company for final geothermal heat pump upgrades

Roger Garton presents a rebate check to Terri Sirjord

 

Otter Tail Power Company provided a rebate of $30,400 to Norman County East Secondary School for completing the third major phase of their energy-efficient upgrades.

The school’s geothermal upgrade began with a phase one replacement of 13 geothermal heat pumps this past winter. The second phase of the project included installation of 15 additional heat pumps as well as 10 smart thermostats.

During the third and final phase, the school upgraded another 15 heat pumps. “I’m pleased with how this project progressed,” said Superintendent Rob Nudell. “Otter Tail Power Company’s rebate helped make the project affordable and within our budget.”

Otter Tail Power Company’s Minnesota Conservation Improvement Program provides rebates, grants, education, special programs, and financing to encourage individuals and businesses to use electricity wisely. To learn more about this program visit otpco.com/MNCIP.

Photo caption: Norman County East Schools Business Director Terri Sirjord accepts a rebate check from Otter Tail Power Company Energy Management Representative Roger Garton for the high school’s final phase of geothermal heat pump upgrades.