130 W. Second Building Set to See PACE Energy Improvements

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Plans for several improvements at the 21-story 130 W. Second Street building downtown to make the building more energy efficient and reduce its carbon footprint look to become a reality, thanks to new funding. The Dayton-Montgomery County Port Authority recently issued and sold $2.1 million in bonds to make a loan to the building’s owner, Brian Lash, for a PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) project, slated to include energy-efficient lighting, new controls for HVAC systems, rebuilt chillers and a new cooling tower, window resealing and coating, and other measures aimed at reducing consumption of natural resources. Lash told the Dayton Daily News that these improvments would not have been feasible without the PACE tool and the Port Authority’s assistance.

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