Higher Education

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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Wichita Area Technical College

Founded in 1965, Wichita Area Technical College (WATC) operates three campuses and offers more than one hundred degree and certificate programs. With quality instructors, talented students, and state-of-the-art technical equipment, the college provides a hands-on learning environment that prepares students for further education and career experiences. WATC also works with area employers to ensure students graduate with the right skills to answer future job needs.

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Jefferson Community College

Located on a thirty-seven acre, wooded area in northern New York State, SUNY Jefferson Community College (JCC) is comprised of twelve buildings, the majority of which were built during the late 1960s. JCC is committed to providing high quality programs designed to meet the educational needs of county residents and the workforce needs of area employers. Fort Drum, home of the 10th Mountain Division, utilizes the college as an education source for soldiers and their families.

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Belmont University

Integrated controls system enables effective energy management; university expands 70 percent with minimal utility cost increase of just 10 percent.

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