How Loudoun County Schools Avoided $58 Million in Energy Costs [Video]

Chris Heinz - June 25, 2015

Loudoun County Public Schools is one of the fastest growing school districts in the nation. Located near Washington, DC, they serve 70,000 students. But energy use and cost have not been keeping pace with enrollment.


As a result of their 20-year energy management program, energy managers at Loudoun County Public Schools have documented $58 million in avoided energy costs. How have they done this? Watch this short video from this year's Catalyst Training Conference and find out.

Thanks to the success of the Loudoun County Public Schools Energy & Environment Team, under the leadership of Michael Barancewicz and John Lord, money that would have been spent on energy can be spent pursuing the school district's mission. 




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Topics: Client Savings

Chris Heinz

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Chris Heinz

Chris is Vice President of Human Resources for EnergyCAP, Inc., which helps organizations get value from their utility bills through energy management software. He's an Associate Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, and a Certified Professional Life Coach. He also started to help people love their life and love their work.

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