Performance Contracting

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WHAT IS PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING?

Performance Contracting or Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) are an alternative financing mechanism authorized by state statutes. ESPCs allow public sector organizations such as schools and cities to accomplish energy savings projects without up-front capital costs and without special Congressional appropriations. (Source: Wikipedia)

Where will you find revenue for your next major capital investment?
It’s all around you. It’s in your building’s air conditioning and heating system. It’s in your water heaters. It’s in your faucets and thermostats and lighting fixtures and the weather-stripping around your windows.

Spend now what you’ll save on energy and maintenance later.
Consider the energy and manpower wasted in every inefficient furnace, every leaky window, every outdated control, every high volume toilet and faucet, every overpriced utility rate. You can have funds now in exchange for the money you save on energy and operating costs in the future, just one of the business advantages of Trane’s Performance Contracting. And, Trane will guarantee your energy savings.

K-12 EDUCATION PORTFOLIO

K12_SE-SalineVisit our K-12 Education Portfolio to learn about some of the Energy Savings Projects we’ve completed at School Districts throughout Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE SCHOOLS

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HIGHER EDUCATION PORTFOLIO

Higher-Ed_UCMVisit our Higher Education Portfolio to learn about some of the Energy Savings Projects we’ve completed at Universities and Community Colleges throughout Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE COLLEGES

Markets_Higher-EdIt’s a challenge to create a desirable campus with limited financial resources. Our approach to saving energy and reducing operational costs helps shift more dollars back into core educational priorities.

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