Schneider Electric Working with 3 NJ School Districts
Schneider Electric has signed energy savings improvement programs with three school districts in New Jersey.
The agreements are with the Delran Township School District, Pennsauken Public Schools and the West Deptford School District. In all, 21 facilities are involved. The $4.5 million Delran project will involve multiple projects, including new air conditioning units, lighting retrofits and rooftop solar panels, which will produce 75 percent of the district’s energy. The Pennsauken project will involve 12 buildings and total $17 million. It will include LEDs, building automation and envelop upgrades. The West Deptford project will cost $10.5 million and feature LED and envelop improvements across five schools.
QuotEnergy Advisors – an energy procurement firm and approved provider in the Texas and Arkansas TIPS/TAPS school purchasing programs – announced on October 4 that it has it has helped Abilene Independent School District (ISD) purchase more than 95 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity for its facilities.
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