Wis. district to replace boiler with high-tech system

04/16/2013 | La Crosse Tribune (Wis.)

Officials in a Wisconsin school district decided Monday to include a geothermal heating and cooling system in designs for a new elementary school. The system -- which is expected to cut energy costs and emissions -- replaces a traditional boiler. The system is expected to cost about $1.7 million but could reduce heating and cooling expenses by about $24,000 a year.

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