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School Energy Conservation Results Summary (PDF)

Educon School Energy Conservation graphNelson Jessup implemented and managed a school energy saving program for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools which saved $2,741,692, an average of over 15% a year, from 1992 to 1996. Click to learn more about cost savings and cost avoidance. Since forming EduCon, he has led the following projects for other districts:

Rowan-Salisbury (NC) Public Schools

Description of District
Seven high schools, seven middle schools, 20 elementary schools, one alternative school, and four auxiliary facilities. 19,800 students.

Savings
For the first eleven years of the school energy conservation program, total savings was $10,105,000 for a reduction of 25%.

For More Information:

Mr. Butch Bivins, Director of Maintenance
515 North Clay Street, Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: (704) 639-3016

Mr. Mike Austin, Energy Manager
515 North Clay Street, Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: (704) 639-3016

Nash-Rocky Mount (NC) Public Schools

Description of District
Four high schools, five middle schools, sixteen elementary schools, two alternative schools and six auxiliary buildings. 16,500 students.

Savings
For the first ten years of the school energy conservation program, total savings was $11,284,000 for a reduction of 26%.

For More Information
Mark Strickland, Executive Director of Auxiliary Services
930 Eastern Avenue
Nashville, NC 27856-1716
Phone: (252) 459-5220

Charles Lamm, Energy Manager

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