by Rebecca Gladden and Ryan Hoest of the mySiteIQ Optimize Team
With summer quickly approaching, we know you are busy preparing for the end of the school year, graduation, summer activities, and more. However, it’s important to also adjust your facilities for occupancy reduction to mitigate increased utility costs during the summer months.
Utility rates are expected to increase as much as 6% during summer months, depending on geographical location and your service provider.
Utility rates are the highest annually from Just 1st through September 30th. In fact, rates will increase as much as 6% depending on geographical location and your service provider. To avoid unnecessarily high charges, it’s imperative that energy usage is minimized. Below are simple actions you can take to help conserve energy and costs during the summer season.
Reduce Peak Energy Use
At SitelogIQ, we have spent several decades partnering with school districts throughout the U.S. to bring comfort, functionality, and sustainability to the classroom through facility improvement and energy efficiency solutions. We know that every district is unique, that’s why we will take the time to perform a comprehensive assessment of your facilities to understand your district needs and help identify opportunities to conserve energy during the summer months and all year long.
With our technology-enabled solutions platform, mySiteIQ, we can develop a personalized and interactive dashboard that allows you to easily track your District’s energy consumption and achieve your energy, operational, or sustainability goals. If you would like help assessing ways to reduce energy and utility charges at your District, contact us today!