Iona University prevented 6,593 metric tons of carbon dioxide from being emitted into the environment since June 2019 – conserving enough energy to power 831 homes for an entire year.
With the cost of utilities seeing some of its highest rates throughout Texas, it isn’t surprising that finding ways to cut those costs is at the top of everyone’s minds.
North Little Rock School District announced today that 12 district buildings have earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification. This recognition is presented to the most energy efficient buildings in the country.
DENTON — Efforts by Caroline County Public Schools to reduce energy costs have resulted in almost $260,000 in savings as a result of a yearlong program managed by Cenergistic, an energy conservation company based in Dallas, Texas.
Covina-Valley Unified School District has been honored with ENERGY STAR certifications from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its dedication to sustainable and fiscally responsible practices through its comprehensive energy conservation program.
As Katy ISD prepares to observe Energy Savings Week (July 3-7) across its 98 campuses and facilities, it has been honored with the Best in Class: Energy Efficiency Plus Health recognition from the United States Department of Education, U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Cenergistic Earns 15th Consecutive 2023 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award – Sustained Excellence Award for Superior Achievement in Energy Savings Initiatives
Cenergistic is honored to announce it has received the 2023 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award for the 15th consecutive year. This is the highest level of recognition from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.
From something as small as a lightbulb to something as large as a heating and air system, going green has paid off for Burke County Public Schools.
In an effort to continue fiscal responsibility at Laurens County School District 55 (LCSD 55), this academic year 2022-23, the district underwent a process of researching the Cenergistic program.
WINSTON-SALEM — Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will soon begin an energy conservation program that has the potential to save the district millions of dollars over the next five years while reducing the district’s carbon footprint.