While the electricity bill is often treated as an unchangeable portion of school expenses, the fact is that most schools have considerable room for improvement and savings.
This addressable energy waste could be due to inefficient student/staff behavior, incorrect settings, and/or lack of maintenance. The good news is that there are many opportunities to save energy without investing in equipment upgrades.
All you need is an energy management system to ensure continuous and effective implementation of energy conservation measures.
This article outlines the best practice in behavior-based energy conservation. You will read about these four steps to reap the low-hanging fruit and reduce school energy costs: