North Carolina School District Saves $1M with Infrastructure Upgrades

By modernizing HVAC and building control systems, Brunswick County School District was able to reduce energy use, improve its facilities’ indoor air quality and provide a more comfortable learning environment.  As a small community on the coast of North Carolina, Brunswick County is prone to unpredictable flooding and devastating infrastructure damage. The District was unable to afford necessary mechanical improvements and was in the process of applying for a loan when Schneider Electric stepped in. Watch this video to learn how Brunswick County Schools continues to save time, money (upwards of $1M, to date), and resources with Schneider Electric. Explore Energy and Sustainability for Organizations in Education: https://perspectives.se.com/government-education. This video focuses on how Brunswick County School District improved education facilities, reduced energy usage, improved indoor air quality, and enhanced the educational environment. 

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