Mapleton Elementary, Mapleton Local Schools
New Building; Same Old Control Issues
Mapleton Elementary School looked beautiful, but not to administrators who saw the high utility bills it generated. Staff and students weren't thrilled either - room temperatures varied up to 8 degrees from setpoint, which made rooms uncomfortably warm or cold.
CCG Automation installed a new temperature control system that improved comfort and dramatically reduced utility costs. Temperature is controlled to within one-tenth of one degree of setpoint.
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Reduced energy costs to $1.03 per square foot
Energy consumption reduced to 39,399 BTUs per square foot
Projected annual energy savings of $41,711
Actual annual energy savings of $125,021
Savings exceeded projection by $83,310
Building is ENERGY STAR Certified with a rating of 81
Mapleton Local Schools was able to recover its investment in the upgrade in 15 months, thanks to the energy savings it generated. Over the life of the building, Mapleton Local Schools will save more than $26 million in utility costs*.
*Allowing for a 5 percent utility inflation.
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