Philadelphia is Leading the Way in Energy Efficiency: Biogas Cogeneration Project a Ready Source of Renewable Energy
For Immediate Release: November 21, 2013
MEDIA ADVISORY – Invitation to Attend
Philadelphia is Leading the Way in Energy Efficiency
Biogas Cogeneration Project a Ready Source of Renewable Energy WHO:
Mayor Michael Nutter
EPA Region III Administrator Shawn Garvin
Councilman Bobby Henon
Howard Neukrug, Water Commissioner
George Sakellaris, Ameresco, Inc., CEO
Lisa K. Tames, Bank of America, Vice President Energy Management Services
Liz Murphy, PECO, Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs
Federal, State and local officials
Friday, November 22, 2013 at 11:30 a.m.
Northeast Water Pollution Control Plant, 3895 Richmond St
Philadelphia, PA 19137
A ribbon-cutting and tour of the Northeast Water Pollution Control Plant’s (NEWPCP) new Biogas Cogeneration Facility. This waste biogas-to-energy facility will generate electricity and thermal energy for on-site use and will reduce carbon emissions by 22,000 tons per year, which is equivalent to 4,833 cars off the road or 2.84 million gallons of gasoline.
This project was made possible through a public private partnership between the City of Philadelphia’s Water Department, Ameresco, Inc., Bank of America, AECOM and PECO.