Building Confidence with IAQ – Strategies & Technologies for ReOpening K12 Schools in NYS
New York State K12 schools planning to re-open for the ’20-’21 academic year will be challenged with leveraging existing HVAC systems to deliver better indoor air quality in light of Covid 19. This webinar will identify key IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) parameters and opportunities for leveraging existing (and new) systems technology to deliver a better, safer learning environment. Together with TST BOCES Energy Management, NY-VT Trane is sponsoring this webinar for all interested K12 schools across New York.
Energy Management Services
Why do we need energy management?
EPA: One out of every four dollars spent on energy in U.S. schools is wasted. Conservatively, 25% = $1.5 billion annually. Energy (heating fuel, electricity and water) costs can total as much as 1.5% to 3.5% of a school district’s annual budget. Due to limited financial resources for K-12 education, ongoing cost reductions are an unavoidable reality. Reducing a district’s expenditures for energy can be a positive result for all parties.
- Working with the administrative and facilities teams to provide leadership for the development and implementation of energy conservation efforts within the district. Develop and implement district-wide tracking of energy consumption and costs.
- Assist districts to participate in programs that publicly acknowledge their successful energy conservation efforts: EPA Energy Star, Green Globes, Green Ribbon Schools, etc.
- Perform training activities on energy conservation methods for faculty and staff.
Energy Management Clients
Candor Central School District
Chenango Forks School District
Dryden Central School District
Ithaca City School District
Johnson City Central School District
Newfield Central School District
South Seneca Central School District
Trumansburg Central School District