DUBUQUE, Iowa — A little over a year after it went into effect, a Dubuque Community School District program meant to decrease energy usage has proven beneficial.

The program, created through a school district partnership with Texas-based energy conservation company Cenergistic, started in the fall of 2019. Through the program, Cenergistic employees provide recommendations on how to make school buildings more energy-efficient, which school district staff then puts into practice.

“The district does not have the flexibility or spending to hire a lot of engineers or expertise on all these things,” said DCSD Chief Financial Officer Kevin Kelleher. “This is where Cenergistic staff has really helped us. Our staff can fix the boiler but doesn’t know how to fix (inefficiencies).”

Data shared this month at school board meetings showed that the district reduced energy use by 22% in the past 14 months, saving $524,100.

Cenergistic officials initially estimated the district would save $182,000 during the program’s first year. Cenergistic Regional Vice President Doug Bilyeu said those initial estimates were conservative guesses based on the district’s size, but the savings have been better than hoped.

“Our job is to bring in recommendations, and they go with them and they run for it,” he said.

Bill Burkhart, the district’s manager of buildings and grounds, said the major effort this past year — and the major source of savings — was to ensure equipment such as exhaust vents and air conditioning aren’t running at full power when the school buildings are unoccupied.

“We were surprised at what equipment was still running at 2, 3, 4 in the morning that should be off,” he said. “… It takes a lot of energy to run that equipment. It’s a real easy place to pick up energy savings.”

Cenergistic energy specialist Abbi Hamman said the district now uses an automation system that schedules when different equipment turns on and off.

She added that fewer people in school buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic was “definitely taken into consideration” while adjusting equipment to conserve energy, and buildings were able to scale back even more on savings when students worked remotely. With people back in school buildings, she said things such as temperature settings are back at recommended safety and comfort levels.

Officials with Cenergistic said there is not a clear-cut way to determine how much of the savings were due to COVID-related circumstances. They did, however, emphasize that they expect to see a further reduction in energy costs in the remaining years of their contract with the school district.

DCSD school board members in 2019 approved a five-year contract with Cenergistic to build a customized energy conservation program. At the time, company officials estimated they could save the district $1.4 million over the term of their contract.

Looking ahead, Burkhart said there is already discussion about increasing energy efficiency during the district’s summer school programs. Since air conditioning equipment targets specific building zones, he said it would conserve the most energy to place all summer classes in one area instead of spreading them out.

“I’m excited to see how that’s going to work this summer,” he said.

Read the full story from the Telegraph-Herald here.

About Dubuque Community School District

At its very core, the Dubuque Community School District is committed to its mission of preparing world-class learners and citizens of character in a safe and inclusive learning environment. This is achieved by dedicated teachers and support staff (almost 1,800 in all) who serve over 10,500 students in 18 schools and an Alternative Learning Center.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — Now a year and a half into an energy conservation partnership with Cenergistic, a national sustainability company, Iona College has cut energy consumption over 28 percent and has received major recognition from multiple sources.

Since the June 2019 kickoff, the Cenergistic program at Iona College has prevented emissions equivalent to 3.3 million miles of automobile travel. The average cost per square foot required to power College facilities has decreased from $2.50 at the start of the partnership to $1.91 today.

To find opportunities to improve building operations and save costs, Iona personnel work closely with Cenergistic engineers, experts and the energy specialist to audit and optimize energy-using systems across the organization to achieve peak efficiency. The energy specialist tracks energy consumption at all buildings with state-of-the-art technology to identify waste and improve air quality. Working through the COVID-19 pandemic, the energy specialist continues to audit College facilities for energy inefficiencies, both remotely and onsite with a goal of ensuring healthier, more efficient buildings.

Program initiatives have resulted in tangible successes beyond energy reduction. In fall 2019, the sustainability program received 70 free Wi-Fi smart thermostats via a Con Edison rebate, which have increased energy efficiency and have been implemented throughout the College. Last January, Big Shine Energy presented Iona College with the SAAZ 2020 Sustainability Award for recent LED lighting renovations. In May, Governor Andrew Cuomo gave his daily COVID-19 briefing at the Iona College LaPenta School of Business, and the energy specialist spent the hours before the briefing preparing a safe and efficient press site.

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Thomas Van Wert, the Cenergistic energy specialist embedded with Iona College, reviews the variable frequency drive (VFD) on a supply fan at the LaPenta School of Business on February 10, 2021. Photo by Diana Costello, Iona College.

“From day one, the support from the Iona community and the Facilities Department has been overwhelming, which contributed to such significant success for the program,” said Thomas Van Wert, the energy specialist embedded with the College. “Forming lasting relationships with the campus community and creating a culture of sustainability will only improve our building health and efficiency over time.”

Read the full story on the Iona website here.

About Iona College

Iona College is a diverse community of learners and scholars dedicated to academic excellence in the tradition of the Christian Brothers and American Catholic higher education. Our students, faculty, staff and administrators embody the values of justice, peace and service. Together, we share a mission to make a positive impact on the lives of others and to move the world.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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PASADENA, Texas — Two years after forming an energy conservation partnership with Cenergistic, a national sustainability company, Pasadena Independent School District (PISD) has cut energy consumption by a fourth and ensured students have healthier classrooms for the return to in-person learning.

Since the February 2019 kickoff, the partnership has prevented emissions equivalent to 79 million miles of automobile travel and decreased the average cost per square foot required to power district facilities from $1.54 at program initiation to $1.21 today.

Program success has resulted in PISD applying for ENERGY STAR® certification, a U.S. Department of Energy award reserved for only the most energy-efficient K-12 buildings across the country. Kevin Fornof, Associate Superintendent of Facilities and Construction at Pasadena ISD, believes multiple district schools could receive certification for their performance in 2020.

“The significant cuts to energy use we’ve generated across the district have made us more efficient users of taxpayer funds,” said Fornof. “Receiving national recognition of ENERGY STAR’s caliber would certify PISD as among the national leaders when it comes to sustainability, but there’s also a significant financial reward for conservation.”

To improve building operations and save costs, PISD personnel and the program’s Energy Specialist team act as energy watchdogs, working in tandem to audit and optimize energy-using systems across the organization to achieve peak efficiency. The Energy Specialists track energy consumption at all campuses with state-of-the-art technology to identify waste and drive conservation.

In response to COVID-related shutdowns, the Energy Specialist team gave special attention to improving air quality and supporting facilities teams to ensure students could return to healthier classrooms. Through thousands of facility audits, they provided a continuous presence throughout PISD schools, identifying hazards, optimizing equipment and helping implement CDC recommendations for reopening and continued operation.

“The Energy Specialist team has provided a major boost to our maintenance and operations departments,” said Tom Douglas, Director of Maintenance and Operations at PISD. “They’ve made themselves available to assist with any needs we may have and continue to find a balance between utility savings and comfort levels.”

“The secret to the partnership’s success has been the constant communication among all levels of the organization,” said Derek Thomas, who helms the four-man PISD Energy Specialist team. “We coordinate with district facilities teams, maintenance members, construction crews, contractors, kitchen staff, teachers, principals and high-level administrators, making a point to meet with key people multiple times a week.”

The Energy Specialists used to take advantage of face-to-face meetings with staff groups and critical stakeholders. Since March, the team has turned to manual reports and videoconferencing through Zoom to maintain consistent communication.

“From the onset of this partnership, we’ve enjoyed critical cooperation from every level of administration and the operations teams, even as all of us had to adapt to COVID,” said Jim Vogler, an Energy Specialist for PISD and a 14-year Cenergistic employee. “In my previous role with Cenergistic, I worked with over 100 school districts across the country. Pasadena has been by far one of the best to work with.”

About Pasadena ISD

The mission of Pasadena ISD, the gateway to unlimited opportunity for our culturally rich community, is to empower students to become accomplished, self-directed, collaborative, lifelong learners, who boldly contribute to an increasingly complex and evolving world by engaging them in positive relationships, rigorous curriculum, and innovative meaningful experiences.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1470+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $5.8 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit www.cenergistic.com.

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ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Rochester public school district has gotten an Environmental Excellence Award for reducing its carbon emissions through energy conservation.

“Energy conservation not only reduces our carbon footprint but also provides an opportunity to reduce utility expenses,” said John Carlson, Executive Director of Finance at Rochester Public Schools (RPS). “Having a program this impactful inspires our students to better the planet and demonstrates shrewd use of public funds to our community.”

Since 2018, RPS has teamed with Cenergistic to audit and optimize energy-using systems across the district to achieve peak efficiency. School officials say the money saved is equivalent to buying 5,200 Chromebook computers for students and the emissions prevented are like eliminating 17.8 million miles of car travel.

“Reaching such a significant environmental impact shows how committed the District is to saving taxpayer money and managing our planet’s resources,” says Doug Bilyeu, Regional Vice President at Cenergistic. “This award recognizes your commitments and the impacts they’ve already had.”

Cenergistic says it has partnered with over 1495 educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations since 1986 to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance.

You can read more local coverage on KIMT News 3 here.

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About Rochester Public Schools

Rochester Public Schools is a high performing public school district located in the middle of South-Eastern Minnesota and spans 218 square miles. There are 27 schools in the district; 17 Elementary Schools, 4 Middle Schools, 3 High Schools, and 1 Alternative Learning Center. There are over 18,100 students in the district, more than 80 spoken languages, and approximately 85% of our students graduate from high school in four-years.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit www.cenergistic.com.

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Alpine School District: Utility Savings Can Fund Financial Emergencies

As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted K-12 learning and budgets nationwide, most districts had to make tough decisions to provide the best education possible to all students with increasingly limited resources. Alpine School District in American Fork, UT is no different from any other district in its commitment to providing first-class education to all students.

Supporting this objective, the energy conservation practices of their Cenergistic partnership and reduced onsite learning during COVID-related shutdowns combined to create $2 million in savings compared to expected utility costs over the 2019-2020 fiscal year. Those savings were used to meet a shortfall in salary funding, preventing layoffs that would have further disrupted the student learning environment.

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Total Savings: $4.8M

Total Building Audits: 14,884

MACON, Ga. — The Bibb County School District says it has cut energy use by 32% over the last two years.

Keith Simmons —chief of staff for Bibb County Schools— says the district partnered with energy conservation company Cenergistic to find ways to intentionally save energy.

How they cut energy use

  • They make sure buildings do not use lights in unused spaces
  • They set back thermostats accordingly
  • They change filters regularly
  • They address mechanical issues in a timely manner

“We want to make sure that our learning and our work spaces are comfortable for our employees and our students, but we also want to leave as light of an imprint on this community, on this earth as we could,” said Simmons.

According to Simmons, the amount of money saved equals $300,000-$400,000 in utility costs. The district hopes to increase its energy reduction number to 50%.

Read the full story from 41NBC/WMGT here.

About Bibb County School District

Bibb County School District is an urban school district located in Macon, Georgia, educating approximately 22,000 students each year. Our vision is that each student will demonstrate strength of character and will be college or career ready.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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SAN ANGELO, Texas — With energy use across all schools down 38 percent compared to 2014 levels, San Angelo ISD received the Chairman’s Sustainability Award from Cenergistic, a national conservation company on Monday, January 11, 2021.

The Chairman’s Sustainability Award honors Cenergistic clients who have reached noteworthy savings from a long-term energy partnership. The program’s impact on SAISD organizational practices successfully saved $5 million from expected utility costs and resulted in 25 district facilities gaining ENERGY STAR® certification, designation reserved for only the most efficient buildings nationwide.

SAISD renewed its program in 2019 amid these significant successes. “San Angelo ISD has been the model we strive to implement in each of our clients,” said Doug Bilyeu, Regional Vice President at Cenergistic. “The savings they’ve recognized here are truly substantial.”

SAISD team members from facilities to custodial to administration work closely with Cenergistic engineers, experts and energy specialists to audit and optimize energy-using systems across the district to achieve peak efficiency and maintain buildings. The energy specialists track energy consumption at all campuses and facilities with state-of-the-art technology to collaborate with SAISD to identify waste and protect students and staff.

“Our partnership has created a long-term route to energy conservation, and in the process freed up funds we can redirect to students,” said Dr. George McFarland, Assistant Superintendent of Business Support Services for SAISD. “Our program is well-positioned to see even more success.”

The energy specialists also worked with SAISD concerning COVID-related considerations, giving special attention toward optimizing ventilation, reviewing air flow patterns and supporting facilities operations to provide healthier, more efficient spaces for SAISD students and staff.

To stay up-to-date on San Angelo ISD, please visit the SAISD website at www.saisd.org and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

You can read more local coverage on the ConchoValleyHomepage here.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit www.cenergistic.com.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Two years into an energy conservation partnership with Cenergistic, a national sustainability company, North Little Rock School District (NLRSD) has cut energy consumption 35 percent, an achievement that delivered $1 million in budget savings.

Since program inception in October 2018, the district slashed the average cost per square foot required to power district facilities from $1.14 to $0.78 today. Emissions prevented from conservation equate to avoiding 12 million miles of automobile travel. That lower energy use means lower costs, and savings that can be used for other priorities.

“Creating this level of savings demonstrates the buy-in of the North Little Rock administration,” said Wayne Couldron, a Cenergistic representative. “Our partnership realizes its best results with strong support from both sides, and they’ve coordinated with our Energy Specialist to ensure buildings perfectly balance efficiency and ventilation. We anticipate the 35-percent drop in energy use will result in 12 of 13 district facilities earning ENERGY STAR® certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.”

To improve building operations and save costs, NLRSD personnel and the program’s Energy Specialist act as energy watchdogs, working in tandem to audit and optimize energy-using systems across the organization to achieve peak efficiency. The Energy Specialist tracks energy consumption at all campuses with state-of-the-art technology to identify waste and drive conservation.

In response to COVID-related shutdowns, the Energy Specialist gave special attention to improving air quality and supporting facilities teams to ensure students could return to healthier classrooms. Through thousands of facility audits, he provided a continuous presence throughout NLRSD schools, identifying hazards, optimizing equipment and helping implement CDC recommendations for reopening and continued operation.

“Surpassing one million dollars in savings provides our students and staff with added funding for resources critical to student success,” said Brian Brown, Chief Financial Officer at NLRSD. “This is a program that has given dollars back to the budget, ensured buildings were prepared for student arrival and protecting the long-term future of our equipment.”

Read the full story on the NLRSD website here.

About North Little Rock School District

The North Little Rock School District and the community will provide for achievement, accountability, acceptance and the necessary assets in the pursuit of each student’s educational success.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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FREEHOLD, NJ – The Freehold Regional High School District is reporting its most successful year to date in regard to its energy conservation efforts. Since its partnership with sustainability company Cenergistic this past September, the district has seen a 31 percent decrease in total energy use.

The above-average energy reduction equates to avoiding carbon emissions produced by 8 million miles of automobile travel, according to a news release from the school district.

“Our Cenergistic partnership has resulted in our district conserving energy effectively within our buildings. The collaboration has also aided us in ensuring the safety of our students and staff during the ongoing pandemic,” said Sean Boyce, Assistant Superintendent for Business Administration at Freehold Regional High School District. “The success of this program goes beyond energy conservation.”

Since 1986, Cenergistic has partnered with over 1,400 educational, municipal and medical organizations to reach $5.8 billion in savings. The company touts a combination of organizational behavior-based strategies and smart software to optimize energy efficiency.

In partnership with the school district, Cenergistic experts have audited energy-using systems across the organization to achieve peak efficiency. The project included the appointment of an Energy Specialist, who tracked energy consumption at all campuses with state-of-the-art technology to identify areas of waste and drive conservation.

Throughout the ongoing pandemic, Robert Romano, the program’s Energy Specialist, worked with FRHSD’s operations department and building supervisors to ensure equipment continued to run efficiently. Romano was able to aid district staff in implementing measures to manage humidity and prepare equipment for eventual reopening while Cenergistic experts and district personnel exchanged best practices for running facilities under different scenarios.

“Ensuring buildings are safe for students to return has been the top priority,” said Romano. “It’s taken a total team effort from every custodian and maintenance staff member to create healthy buildings for students and teachers.”

Read the full story via Patch local news here or on the FRHSD website here. This story also ran on CentralJersey.com.

About Freehold Regional High School District

The FRHSD is located in western Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA. Our sending schools cover an area of over 200 square miles. We educate approximately 10,800 students in our six high schools.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1495+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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MASON CITY, Iowa — Rich Patras, the energy manager for the Mason City Community School District, says he has saved the district over $5 million during his 20 years in the position.

$5,401,045 to be exact.

Patras is passionate about his job within the district. Some nights he will swing by the school buildings just to check and see if there are lights on. If so, he’ll go in and shut them off.

During the winter break, when teachers and other staff are off, that’s when he’s the most active within the school buildings.

“I’m making sure that things are not running if they’re not supposed to be running,” Patras said. “I’m making sure that we don’t freeze up anything, and that’s a biggie. Because I lower temperatures in buildings. When no one’s around, I’m not heating up buildings much. I have to watch things pretty closely.”

At the Dec. 7 Mason City Board of Education meeting, Patras shared his annual Energy Conservation Program Board Update, in which he shared the money the district was saved and how it was done.

Between July of 2019 to June of 2020, Patras explained that the district was able to save $321,111 – 27.7% of what the expected energy cost was. That’s the most money the district has saved in the past eight years.

“If I can save a little bit at a lot of different places, then in the typical year I can save $300,000. That’s huge,” Patras said.

One of the ways Patras has saved in the past include negotiating bills with energy businesses. He’s taken $175,000 energy bills and negotiated them down to $25,000. He says he’s also constantly looking ahead of time to buy gas when it’s at its cheapest – not necessarily when the district needs it.

Patras has had input in some of the biggest projects the district has undertaken – like implementing cost-friendly energy methods when the Lincoln Intermediate and Roosevelt Elementary buildings were built. The two buildings are now the most energy-efficient in the district, according to Patras.

From large projects like buildings, to things as small as unplugging phone chargers when they’re not in use, his job is about saving pennies. And his opinion holds weight within the district.

At the end of the board meeting in early December, he urged board members to consider a solar project at Hoover Elementary.

“I’ve been bringing it up every year that we need to do a solar project,” Patras said. “Not only to emphasize and save some money – because we would and it would be very profitable for us – but what a great educational tool.”

Patras said Hoover Elementary is an ideal location due to the directional aspects of the building. Hoover has a southern exposure, which is exactly what Patras said is best. There are also minimal trees and an optimal amount of space. “You can put it on the south side of the building and put it on towers. Never put it on the roof,” Patras said at the meeting. “It would shade the building when it’s summer, and when it’s lower, it would still do a good job.”

Board President Lorrie Lala and Director Jacob Schweitzer expressed interest in the project. Schweitzer asked if Patras had done any research on the project, to which Patras responded by saying he’s been to meetings but never pushed it past that point.

Patras is waiting for the go-ahead from district officials and approval from the board.

“I think the city did some solar on the library and I think there’s some that are out there,” Schweitzer said. “I’d be curious what the return on investment would be.”

With more solar projects happening across North Iowa, like NIACC and Sukup Manufacturing, Patras is hoping members of the community can start pushing for the project to happen in the Mason City district as well.

Read the full story in the Globe Gazette here.

About Mason Community Schools

Mason City Community Schools is a public school district headquartered in Mason City, Iowa. It is entirely in Cerro Gordo County and serves the city and surrounding rural areas.

About Cenergistic

Since 1986 Cenergistic has partnered with 1470+ educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations to achieve $5.8 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance. These strong results come from the application of Cenergistic’s organizational behavior-based strategies and are enhanced by our proprietary software platform to drive building and equipment optimization. Our energy conservation program reduces utility consumption by an average of 25% with no capital investment while maintaining or improving the comfort and quality of building environments. For more than a decade, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence. To learn more, visit http://www.cenergistic.com/.

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