Best Energy Management Practices for Facility Operating Systems
Broadcast Date: August 3, 2011
How can your school district realize the most cost savings through improvements to current facility operating systems or investments in new systems?
Dr. Mark McGinley, Endowed Chair in Civil Infrastructure at the University of Louisville J.B. Speed School of Engineering, discusses his research findings for cost-effective energy-efficient school design. His research specifically focuses on energy and cost savings realized through new technologies in building envelope systems, day-lighting, and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Scott Caslow, Energy Manager for Russell County, Wayne County, McCreary County, Somerset Independent, Science Hill Independent and Monticello Independent school districts, shares his strategies for managing his school districts’ facility controls to reduce operating costs and improve energy performance.
KEEPS Energy Manager Micah Johnson discusses energy performance issues and trends discovered from more than 100 on-site energy efficiency assessments conducted by KEEPS in school districts across Kentucky.
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Energy Performance Issues and Trends for Kentucky's K-12 School Districts
- Presented by Micah Johnson, Energy Manager, KEEPS.
- Duration Time: 9 minutes, 42 seconds.
Strategies for Managing Facility Controls to Reduce Cost and Improve Energy Performance
- Presented by Scott Caslow, Energy Manager, Kentucky School Energy Managers Project.
- Duration Time: 14 minutes, 16 seconds.
Cost-effective, Energy-efficient School Design
- Presented by Dr. Mark McGinley, Endowed Chair in Civil Infrastructure, University of Louisville J.B. Speed School of Engineering.
- Duration Time: 33 minutes, 17 seconds.