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Energy Strategies for Education

July 22, 2013 by Mark Hanson PhD, LEED AP BD+C in American School & University

The following excerpt is taken from Mark Hanson’s article, “Energy Strategies for Education”, that originally appeared on the American School & University website (www.asumag.com). Reprinted with permission.

The constant barrage of media, debates, panels, task forces and politics on the topic of utility rates and consumption demonstrates the important role that energy plays in today’s society. Furthermore, as prices at the gas pumps climb again, energy costs are on the forefront of our minds … personally and hopefully for schools. But, when it comes to your education institution: Are you reactive? Is your strategy proactive? Are you considering the right elements to develop a plan to lower energy costs?

With purposeful direction, schools and universities can take steps that will chip away at energy costs, making a direct impact on an institution’s bottom line.

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