With utility expenses being the second largest expense for schools, business officers across the country are focused on building more energy-efficient facilities for the future. While optimizing facilities can result in significant energy savings, these initiatives typically consist of multiple projects with various timelines, vendors and funding needs. This often means that schools are forced to prioritize initiatives within budget constraints and delay the start of key projects.
The graphic below outlines three ways your school can leverage financing to move your energy initiatives forward.
From installing LED lighting that reduces energy consumption to investing in solar, building a sustainable future is important for your school. Exploring new financing strategies can help you accelerate energy investments and realize savings sooner.