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Proctors to expand heating, cooling network to add more businesses

Proctors is looking to expand a heating and cooling network to allow it to share the system with more of its neighbors in downtown Schenectady.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Proctors is looking to expand a heating and cooling network to allow it to share the system with more of its neighbors in downtown Schenectady.
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A handful of Schenectady buildings will soon be able to hook into the most efficient downtown heating and cooling system: Proctors. The historic Schenectady theater maintains its own district energy plant at the corner of Clinton and State streets. This plant, with its 250-horsepower boilers and 250-ton steam-absorption chillers, generates hot and cold water, then sends it out through underground pipes to customers along the Proctors block. On Wednesday, Proctors was awarded $2.9 million in ...


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