Case Studies

K-12 Schools Case Studies

Lake County School District Lake County School District
A goal of the Lake County School District was to reduce its energy consumption and its impact on the environment while improving the learning and working environment for 18,000+ students, as well as its teachers.
Haldane School District

Haldane Central School District
The overall challenge for the Haldane Central School District was to reduce its energy usage, save money, and institute a reliable renewable energy initiative while remaining good stewards of the available budget for the taxpayers.


Bluestem Schools
Several unique obstacles arose during the course of the project with Bluestem Unified School District 205. One of the elementary schools evaluated, though only eight years old, had never had a properly functioning mechanical and controls system.


Buhler Unified School
Buhler Unified School District is located in central Kansas and consists of nine buildings with an enrollment of 2,200 students. Six schools and the Burkholder Administrative Center were identified as needing repairs and upgrades.


Columbia Schools
The Columbia Public School District is consists of 30 school buildings. Many of these schools are older facilities that were constructed without central air conditioning. The district wanted to hold summer school for elementary school students and needed a way to keep the students cool during the hottest days of the year.


Escambia County
ConEdison Solutions through its subsidiary, BGA, Inc., was selected in 1999 to work with Escambia County on a comprehensive energy savings performance contract. Under the Energy Saving Performance Contract, $12 million in facility and infrastructure improvement projects were developed and implemented in four phases over a three year period.


Foster-Glocester Regional School District
A $46 million project to both build a new middle school and renovate their high school. The project’s building committee created an energy committee to work on how to heat the schools.
Forster Glocester Biomass Energy Resource Center 


Franklin County
Like many Florida school districts, Franklin County seeks to provide its students with the safest and most productive learning environment. Franklin County was challenged with a lean annual budget, inadequate classroom lighting, inefficient heating, cooling and ventilating equipment, and an aged fire protection system.


Harrisonville Schools
Harrisonville Cass R-IX School District is located in Harrisonville, Missouri, near the Kansas City metropolitan area. The district needed more facility space because of a projected increase in enrollment. The district also had maintenance problems as a result of failing equipment and aging facilities.

Hickman Mills Schools

Hickman Mills Schools
Many of the heating systems in the Hickman Mills district were over 40 years old and failing. These failing systems were creating a problem with indoor air quality which, in turn, created health problems causing students and teachers to be absent. 


Hillsborough County School District
The School District of Hillsborough County wanted to improve the lighting in each of its classrooms to boost student learning and teacher productivity. ConEdison Solutions, through its subsidiary, BGA, Inc., was selected to develop and implement a performance contract pro-gram to improve 11 of the district’s schools.

Humboldt Unified School District

Humboldt Unified School District
The Humboldt Unified School District needed to conduct significant facility upgrades while trying to minimize impact on financial resources. From a planning standpoint, upgrades to existing facilities took priority over constructing a new gymnasium. 

Kansas School for the Deaf Kansas School for the Deaf
The project called for renovating over 250,000 square feet of space at all ten buildings on campus to make them more energy-efficient while solving maintenance issues and modernizing the facility infrastructure.
Mahopac Central School District (CSD) Mahopac Central School District (CSD)
The goal of the Mahopac Central School District (CSD) was to reduce its energy consumption and its impact on the environment while improving the learning and working environment for both students and teachers.
Maries County School District

Maries County School District
The Maries County School District required significant capital to improve their facilities in ways that met the community’s expectations.

Raymore-Peculiar School District

Raymore-Peculiar School District
Many of the Raymore-Peculiar School District facilities were beginning to develop problems because of age, but the administration was unable to appropriate the money necessary to upgrade them. 


The Windham Public School District wanted to make district-wide energy efficient upgrades to improve the learning environments throughout its facilities. The district is located in Eastern Connecticut and consists of six (6) separate facilities.

Energy Savings

Energy Savings
K-12 Energy Saving Performance Contracting is a smart way for schools to improve energy efficiency and student performance, with an ESPC your savings are guaranteed or we pay you the difference.


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