Castle Medical Center spent more than 2 million dollars to "go green"...and is now getting some of that money back.
Hawaii energy presented a check to castle for more than 647-thousand dollars.
The hospital invested millions to replace old lighting and air conditioning systems with more energy efficient options.
"This equates to about almost $200,000 in annual savings monies that will go back to help us be able to deliver the highest quality health care to our windward community going forward," says Kathryn Raethel, Castle Medical Center Pres./CEO.
Hawaii energy is tasked with providing rebates for energy conservation.
The money for Castle and several similar projects came from the federal stimulus dollars awarded to the state.