Friday, January 15

Energy Management

Welcome to the Greater Clark County Schools’ Energy Management Department!

Our Mission:

*To create and maintain a comfortable environment for the students and employees of GCCS
*To raise awareness of energy issues
*To promote energy savings practices


GCCS Energy Program Savings

Savings from GCCS Energy Program as of January, 2013 (Includes: May ’05 through January ’13) Savings Total is $4,786,895 Electricity            $2,904,607  Natural Gas         $    997,784 Water                   $    292,177 Sewer                   $    270,038      Propane               $    322,829 Special Savings  $    322,829   Cost Avoidance for this period of time is 25%

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Energy Star Certification

Greater Clark County Schools has been awarded Energy Star certification from the EPA for 19 buildings for 2012!!!!! Those schools included for certification are:

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Duke Energy Partner of the Year

GCCS has earned the Partner of the Year Award from Duke Energy (will be awarded in May, 2011).  We are the only school system and business in the State of Indiana to earn this award.  In 2010, GCCS has qualified all buildings except two for the Energy Star Award which is presented By the EPA for buildings that performs over 75% in energy improvement.   …

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Free Energy Dashboard

Greater Clark County Schools Provides Free Energy Dashboard To The Community Greater Clark County Schools are pleased to announce the availability of a free online energy tracking tool.The free website, named GreenQuest, is a personal energy dashboard that enables community members to track and analyze the energy use for their home or place of business. According to Gus Luckert, Energy …

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School system surpasses $2 million in savings

Excerpt from “Greater Clark County Schools is being green, saving green…….. School system surpasses $2 million in savings with energy conservation program”By TARA HETTINGER Greater Clark County Schools energy conservation program is paying off — by $2,034,065 in 43 months to be exact. “Ahh, it feels fantastic,” said Gus Luckert, energy manager for the corporation, who oversees the program. …

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