Symphony taps district cooling loop, avoids $450K equipment expense

Randazzo, Mike
September 1996
Energy User News;Sep96, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of the Youngstown Symphony Society in Ohio to tap into the local district cooling loop to save on capital equipment expenses. Factors considered by the society in choosing Youngstown Thermal as service provider; Upgrading of the society's internal chilled water distribution and ventilation systems to provide better temperature control; Valley Steel's donation of engineering services.


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