BWI to get $21M in "green" upgrades
BWI/Marshall Airport is set to undergo $21 million worth of energy efficiency upgrades, The Washington Business Journal reports.
The Maryland Board of Public Works this week approved a contract with Pepco Energy Services Inc. for various energy projects at the airport, including installing solar panels on the daily parking garage. The work will also upgrade lighting systems and improve infrastructure in place in BWI’s central utility plant and at its main terminal building.
Read more about BWI's energy efficient upgrades in The Washington Business Journal.
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| September 3, 2010; 2:26 PM ET
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