Energy is a big deal. The rises and fluctuations in energy costs have the potential to impact a school’s operating budget in a dramatic way, but many schools are choosing to simply pay the bills and ignore huge savings opportunities.
Implementing an energy conservation program in your school could save some big bucks! And you don’t need to be an energy expert to effectively manage an energy program. Everyone in your school can help play a part in your school realizing a significant savings within the first year of implementing an energy management program.
Ready to start an energy conservation program in your school or district? Here are 5 tips for getting started:
1. Get buy in from the administration
2. Establish a baseline of energy usage
3. Create energy policies and guidelines
4. Use data to determine areas of focus in your conservation efforts
5. Benchmark to demonstrate your success
Want to know more about managing an energy conservation program? Our Energy Management eBook provides in-depth details on these 5 steps and offers proven best practices for getting started.Download it today!