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Submitted photo The City of Fergus Falls received Otter Tail Power Company’s first-ever Commercial Design Assistance Program incentive for its new Public Safety Building. Pictured at the presentation of the $30,300 check are, left to right, David Shultz, architect; Otter Tail Power Company Senior Commercial and Industrial Representative Jeremy Rham; Fergus Falls Mayor Hal Leland; and Fergus Falls Chief of Public Safety Kile Bergren.

OTP issues its first incentive payment for energy savings

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Otter Tail Power Company has issued its first-ever Commercial Design Assistance program incentive payment, following the completion of the Fergus Falls Public Safety Building.


The CDA program encourages increased efficiency in new commercial buildings by providing incentives to eligible building owners and their design teams to exceed Minnesota’s energy code requirements in the building design and construction process.

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