Do you want to improve your school district’s energy efficiency? Energy grants for schools offer you the funds necessary to make energy-efficient improvements in your building systems. Here’s how BuildingLogiX can help you find energy efficiency rebates for your school or district and use them in tandem with our building analytics software.
When we partner with your school district to find energy grants, we’ll look for the programs available in your state and at the federal level. State-level programs can vary widely from state to state. For example, schools and districts in Ohio have to use programs for commercial energy projects, such as AEP Ohio’s Commercial Custom Project Rebate Program. This program has the word “commercial” in its name, but it’s also available for schools and community governments to use. On the other hand, schools in Oklahoma can take advantage of their state’s Energy Loan Fund for Schools program. This program provides $200,000 to schools that make improvements in their building systems through solar power, wind power, or biomass power. To find the right energy grants, rebates, and tax credits for your school, we first have to determine what’s available in your state.
Once we locate the programs in your state, we assess which ones fit your energy and financial needs. We look for programs that meet your needs and help you meet your energy consumption goals through renewable energy improvements or other energy efficiency projects.
Energy efficiency helps school buildings’ systems achieve peak performance while lowering your utility bills. Once you generate those energy savings, you can use the saved money for education programs or additional resources in your school or district. Investing in energy efficiency projects helps your school facilities create more energy with less power and money.
No. We also help private schools receive grants, rebates, and tax credits for their energy improvement projects. We understand that public and private schools have different ways of financing and recording their building projects, and we have navigated these two different systems before. We help schools in both of these sectors improve their building performance by reducing energy consumption.
Our BuildingLogiX Data eXchange (BDX) shows you the building data from your school’s or district’s systems, including HVAC and lighting. We work with you to use that data to develop energy projects that fit your needs. For example, we help schools find ways to make their HVAC systems more energy efficient.
We also help schools determine how to implement solar projects for their facilities. How? BDX generates your building systems’ data in a centralized platform. Then we help your building operators and staff interpret that data to determine which types of energy projects you’d benefit from most. After that, we help you locate and apply for the grants, rebates, and tax credits that your project qualifies for. We do this again and again, for as many energy projects as your school or district needs.
BuildingLogiX has been improving building systems for a long time now, and we have refined our service offerings to meet a range of building system needs. For instance, we provide fault detection and master systems integrator services along with our ability to work with energy grant programs. What do these services do? Fault detection points out where your systems need improvements. Master systems integration brings all of your building automation systems’ data together in a centralized, user-friendly platform. We offer these systems and more to help your school or district make your building systems as energy efficient and cost effective as possible. We do all this in addition to helping you access energy efficiency grants for your school or district.
If you’re ready to look at your school’s or district’s energy performance and consumption levels, reach out to us today. We generate and interpret the data you need to apply for energy efficiency or renewable energy grants for your school.