The mission of the ECISD Energy Management Program is to save money and energy through the conservationand efficient use of natural gas, water, and electricity, while maintaining a safe and comfortable learning environment.
Goals...• Change the way staff thinks about energy and its usage to reflect an attitude of conservation.• Maintain the comfort and safety of the learning environment.• Use our utility resources wisely.• Achieve at least a 25% reduction in our energy bills.
In May, 2012, the ECISD Board of Trustees approved a partnership with Cenergistic (formally Energy Education), a firm whose mission is to help organizations reduce their overall utility usage and operations cost by providing a combination of tools, training, technology, engineering and analysis that are guaranteed to reduce energy costs. Projected cost savings during this partnership will be over $10 million over a ten-year period.
Overall cost avoidance (savings) from May 2012 - Apr. 2017: $7,521,082 (25% reduction) & counting.
Our conservation efforts have reduced CO2 output by 29,719 metric tons which is the equivalent of 6,191 cars taken off the road each year, the CO2 absorbed by 762,018 tree seedlings grown over a 10-year period..Please visit our usage page for more detailed information.31 campuses plus the Administration Building have received the coveted Energy Star Award for 2014. Congratulations to the following sites:Alamo Elementary Austin Montissori Blackshear Elementary Blanton Elementary Burleson ElementaryBurnet Elementary Cameron Elementary Cavazos Elementary Crockett Jr High Dowling ElementaryFly Elementary Goliad Elementary Gonzales Elementary Hays Elementary Hood Jr High Ireland ElementaryJohnson Elementary Jordan Elementary Milam Elementary New Tech Odessa Nimitz Jr High Odessa High SchoolPease Elementary Permian High School Reagan Elementary Ross Elementary Sam Houston ElementarySan Jacinto Elementary Travis Elementary Zavala Elementary Administration BuildingFor more information please contactCortney SmithFollow us @ www.twitter.com/Energy_ECISD