The EPA reports that our nation’s school districts are spending $8 billion annually on energy, and that 30 percent of this energy is used inefficiently.
The good news is that there is a powerful tool school districts can use to “beat” this national statistic locally: Energy Performance Contracting (EPC). On average, EPC projects reduce total energy consumption by 30%. EPC projects are more complex than people think, however, and must be controlled properly to produce the desired results.
Kendra McQuilton, CEO of The ECG Group, will be sharing the top 5 mistakes districts are making when undertaking this type of initiative. This will be a live free webinar via zoom.