City of Goshen gets more than $130,000 from NIPSCO for energy efficiency
GOSHEN, Ind. - The City of Goshen received $130,163.30 from NIPSCO for upgrades to the city's wastewater treatment plant.
The money is an incentive from NIPSCO's Custom Incentive Program, which rewards customers for making energy-efficient improvements.
The city recently made these upgrades as part of a larger plan to improve the efficiency of the plant and increase the treatment capacity.
Upgrades made to the wastewater treatment plant will reduce its operational costs and carbon footprint and bring the city closer to its goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2035, city officials said.
“As the City completes the improvements at the wastewater treatment plant, being able to celebrate the end of project with an acknowledgement and monetary return from NIPSCO feels like a double success,” Director of Public Works Dustin Sailor said.