Windham Jr./Sr. High School, Windham Exempted Village Schools
New System Solves Four Years of High Bills
A brand new building had utility bills more than double what should be expected for its size. After four years of asking for assistance from the original contractor, and being told everything was fine, the financially- challenged district turned to CCG. CCG found that the building's automation system was not operating properly, and replaced it with a Web-based temperature control system. Utility usage was greatly reduced, resulting in affordable bills and improved comfort.
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.
Reduced energy costs to $1.31 per square foot
Energy consumption reduced to 50,746 BTUs per square foot
Projected annual energy savings of $29,785
Actual annual energy savings of $64,065
Saving exceeded projection by $34,280
Building has ENERGY STAR rating of 70
With its investment in upgraded controls, over the life of the building Windham Exempted Village Schools will save more than $8,663,622 in utility costs*.
*Allowing for a 5 percent utility inflation.
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