Why Energy P3, Why Now?

May 11, 2020

Public-private partnerships (P3) have been used by schools for a long time to fund key initiatives, but only recently have its benefits been realized for energy and infrastructure projects. Using P3, schools are addressing deferred maintenance and creating new capital, all while shifting operational risk to experienced partners.

Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of P3 funding models from Schneider Electric's national higher ed leader, Charlie Johnson.

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