Energy Management Systems in the Classroom

Some schools implement classroom energy management systems that involve replacing standard light bulbs with “green” bulbs, utilizing solar power, and installing recycling programs. But there are many other ways New England universities and colleges can reduce the cost of energy. Reports show that educational facilities have the third highest use of energy in all commercial buildings, and with costs rising as much as 34% annually, forward thinking universities and colleges are wondering how they can reduce usage even further.

Stanley Energy has the answer.

Energy efficient schools are increasingly becoming the norm. Several factors affect the temperatures of classrooms and university buildings, such as a particular room’s location in relation to the sun and whether or not there are windows, the number of students in the room during any given class, and preset default temperatures that sometimes impact student comfort. And many rooms continue to run HVAC systems even during weekends and vacation breaks when there are no classes. Our energy management consultants install and employ innovate software technology that automatically tracks building usage, analyzes potential savings measures, and can be either preset or operated via computer to control heating, air conditioning, and electricity usage in any given classroom.

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Utilizing classroom energy management systems is only one way Stanley Energy can save you money. Serving building owners and property managers in Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and all of New England, we are available for free consultations at 603.689.7083.