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In the next few years, some of Philadelphia’s most iconic city buildings will be renovated — to boost their energy efficiency.
City Hall, the Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice, several health centers, and homeless shelters are part of a request for proposals the city plans to fill in the coming months.
“There’s going to be some hefty savings in these buildings,” said Dominic McGraw, deputy director of energy services & operations of the city’s Municipal Energy Office.