CS_Simpkins-Family-Swim-CenterThis modern municipal recreation center in California’s Santa Cruz Department of Parks relies on two Capstone C60 ICHP systems to control power costs.

Environmental stewardship is a hallmark of this coastal community. Conserving energy and minimizing fuel usage were critical aspects of this public endeavor. Accomplishing this by using one of the world’s cleanest-burning technologies doesn’t hurt either.

The integrated heat exchanger atop each system ensures that the center’s 50-meter pool and warm water wading pool maintain proper temperature regardless of this oceanside town’s cool climate.