Architects Design Upgrades. Contractors Build Upgrades.
Energy Engineers Pay for Upgrades.

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Webinar
Mar 18, 2021 12:00-1:00 PM

Who Attended:
Superintendents, Business Officials, Board of Education Members, and those who are concerned about paying for upgrades to school infrastructure.

Description:
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)  recently reported that 54% of school buildings have failing infrastructure problems, including poor ventilation systems.

Did you know that there are ways other than bonds to finance building upgrades? In fact, with the help of energy engineers, you can convert wasted energy into a large funding source for building improvements, with no out-of-pocket costs and zero tax increase.

This session focused on:

** The differences between architects and energy saving engineers

** How energy engineers uniquelyreduce heating, lighting, and water/sewage costs by 30%

** How energy engineers stabilize classroom temperatures and optimize lighting

** How energy engineers work to maximize state aid and utility rebates

** How energy performance contracts pay for today’s upgrades with tomorrow’s energy cost savings

** Investing in multi-million-dollar facility upgrades with no cost to the taxpayers

Hosted By:

Kendra McQuilton, CEO, The ECG Group

David Newman, PE, CEM, LEED-AP, CEA, VP of Engineering, The ECG Group

ECG has managed over 125 capital upgrades, producing close to $1 billion in energy-saving improvements, and saving districts over $54 million annually in reduced energy.