The Hyatt Regency Minneapolis is undergoing a $25 million renovation of its guest rooms and suites, public areas, and restaurants. Energy-saving initiatives that are part of Hyatt's renovation include replacing all of the back of house lighting to LED, low-flow plumbing, insulated drapery, closet light sensors, programmable thermostats, and occupancy sensors that will set rooms to an energy-saving temperature when rooms are vacant. Many of the materials from the renovation are being ...

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