Community of Pueblo

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Southern Colorado community keeps environment clean through wide-ranging energy conservation improvements

Pueblo County has a population of 160,000 and is spread out over 2,300 square miles in southern Colorado, encompassing a slice of the Rocky Mountains. The largest city is Pueblo, which is situated 45 miles south of Colorado Springs and has a population of 102,000. Pueblo was once among the largest steel-producing cities in the United States and has been named one of Livability’s top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation. The Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo (HACP) provides 901 units of federally subsidized housing, offering an affordable alternative for residents.

 

Johnson Controls is transforming the Pueblo community by helping the county, city and its housing authority improve the comfort of their buildings while reducing the costs of operating them. This means each entity can deliver their vital services more economically.

 

All three independently selected Johnson Controls after issuing requests for proposals for a wide range of facility improvements geared to lower their utility bills. For the county, city and housing authority, Johnson Controls is guaranteeing energy and operational savings generated by the new technology improvements that have been installed.

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