View before and after photos from some of our customers building improvement projects. The transformations are truly phenomenal and the savings are remarkable.
Barber County North USD 254
A $1.99 million energy savings project to reduce the district’s annual energy usage and costs, address deferred maintenance issues and capital needs, and increase comfort, is saving the district approximately $46,000 annually.
Dighton USD 482
The improvements were achieved through participation in a statewide program offered by the Kansas Energy Commission (enabled by K.S.A. 75-37, 125) and a performance contract with Trane.
Palco USD 269
With Qualified Zone Academy Bond financing, Palco will receive 0% interest for 12 years, which will save the district $681,000 in interest costs, in addition to the energy, operational, and maintenance savings.
Plainville USD 270
In August of 2009, Plainville USD 270 entered into a $2.5 million energy savings project with Trane designed to reduce the district’s annual energy usage and address deferred maintenance issues.
University of Central Missouri
In the spring of 2009, UCM embarked on a $36.1 million energy savings contract (ESCO) with Trane addressing $20 million deferred maintenance, and $16.1 million in energy efficient upgrades.
Concordia USD 333
In February of 2013, Concordia USD 333 entered into a $2.9 million energy savings project with Trane designed to reduce the district’s annual energy usage and address deferred maintenance issues.
Oxford USD 358
Upgrades at Oxford USD 358 began in May, 2010, and were completed in August of the same year. Overall savings in operations maintenance and utilities expenses are approximately $90,000 annually.
Parsons USD 503
In May of 2016, a $2.2 million energy savings project began and was completed in October of 2016. Overall savings in operations, maintenance, and utilities expenses are projected to be approximately $90,000 annually.
Rock Creek USD 323
Upgrades began in November, 2010, and were completed in August of 2011. Overall savings in operations, maintenance, and utilities expenses are projected to be approximately $154,000 annually.
The $12.3 million project consisted of building upgrades designed to reduce the University’s annual energy usage and replace end-of-life lighting, controls, and HVAC systems and equipment.