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    Enabling Success in Higher Education

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        Performance Contracting Advantage

        This step by step guide walks you through how to use energy savings to fund energy infrastructure improvements in schools, universities and municipalities. You’ll receive an in-depth, yet simplified explanation of performance contracting, selecting an ESCO, the energy audit and accuracy and verification stages. Learn more about Performance Contracting Advantage
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        North Carolina University Takes A Bold Step

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        UNT leverages performance contracts to achieve its goal of becoming a “climate neutral” campus

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        Virginia Community College System

        Outdated building systems. Indoor comfort issues. High energy bills. Project funding shortfalls. To resolve these and other issues, Schneider Electric proposed a holistic approach with a performance contract that guaranteed savings to help pay for improvements. Learn more about Virginia Community College System
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        North Carolina State University

        Taking a bold step to increase energy efficiency, cut costs, and reduce its carbon footprint, this forward-thinking university signed a performance contract with guaranteed energy savings to pay for much-needed facility improvements. Learn more about North Carolina State University
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        Texas Woman’s University

        Like many state universities, Texas Woman’s University (TWU) faced rising energy and maintenance costs stemming from obsolete mechanical equipment and aging facilities. In September 2001, the university embarked on a program to turn the situation around and point TWU towards a brighter future. Learn more about Texas Woman’s University