The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program is featuring an article on Baldwin County schools as part of a new national campaign. The Certification Nation campaign is encouraging organizations and business to earn ENERGY STAR certification for their buildings in 2014 to celebrate the Anniversary of the first ENERGY STAR certification of a commercial building. Here is a link to the article on EnergyStar.gov.
Cenergistic CEO Dr. Randy Hoff, PE, congratulated the Baldwin County Public School District for receiving national recognition for its accomplishments in reducing energy consumption. “Cenergistic and Baldwin County schools have made a great team. In our first year working together we reduced energy use significantly, allowing the district to reallocate $2 million back to the schools and to help fund maintenance projects. We’re seeing similar success in reducing energy use in the second year of what is a five-year program. We look forward to continuing our working relationship with the district to further reduce energy use and costs to the benefit of both students and taxpayers.”