Higher Education


Hill College

Chartered under the name of Hillsboro Junior College, Hill College was the first junior college in the state of Texas, enrolling its first students in 1923. Today, the college provides high quality comprehensive educational programs and services to enhance the educational, cultural, and economic development of students and the community. The college’s Cleburne extension includes six buildings and has more than 1,000 students enrolled in day and night classes.

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Ozarks Technical Community College

Ozarks Technical Community College

Equipment and controls upgrades, and implementation of comprehensive energy management solution, result in significant reduction in electricity usage; projected first year electricity cost savings of $200,000.

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Clemson University

Nestled on 1,400 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Clemson University implemented a complex, design/build chiller plant aligned with its commitment to sustainability, and tailored to the scenic terrain and needs of its more than 17,000 students.

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Fayetteville State University

In alignment with its sustainability commitment, Fayetteville State University implemented performance guarantee contract upgrades to improve efficiency. Early results show a verified savings potential of $927,908 in energy, water, operations and maintenance costs.

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University of Florida/J. Wayne Reitz Union

Performance contracting upgrades at J. Wayne Reitz Union increase capacity; projected to exceed guaranteed savings of 3,728,505 kWh of electricity, 13,597 therms of steam/yr, and result in first year savings of $535,657; receive $90,549 under an energy efficiency structure.

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