More efficient lighting in many campus buildings — although not at the 12-year-old William T. Young Library, above — is part of a $25 million energy  retrofit announced Thursday by the University of Kentucky. Savings generated by the changes are expected to cover the cost after 12 years.
More efficient lighting in many campus buildings — although not at the 12-year-old William T. Young Library, above — is part of a $25 million energy retrofit announced Thursday by the University of Kentucky. Savings generated by the changes are expected to cover the cost after 12 years.
More efficient lighting in many campus buildings — although not at the 12-year-old William T. Young Library, above — is part of a $25 million energy retrofit announced Thursday by the University of Kentucky. Savings generated by the changes are expected to cover the cost after 12 years.

UK kicks off yearlong, $25 million energy-saving project

December 03, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 12, 2012 01:44 AM

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