CUYAHOGA FALLS: City Council will discuss tonight whether to buy into a program that will help residents and businesses become more energy efficient.
A three-year subscription to the energy-efficiency program through American Municipal Power Ohio would cost the city-run utility $1.8 million.
Vermont Energy Investment Corp. would provide the services.
Falls Service Director Valerie Wax Carr said if council votes to buy into the program, Vermont Energy Investment would guarantee a savings of about 5,000 megawatt hours a year over 12 years. That would equal about $250,000 a year in savings.
Vermont Energy Investment would act as consultants and administer energy-efficiency programs for residents and businesses of AMP in the Falls.
The nonprofit energy corporation already oversees Efficiency Vermont.
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