Energy Management Department - ENERGY STAR

Energy Star Logo collageThe ENERGY STAR label is awarded when a building has documented superior energy performance with measureable results on the energy is consumes.

The goal of the Energy Management Department is to have ALL of our 100+ facilities earn the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR rating. In 2012, thirteen of our facilities were recognized with the Energy Star label. In 2013, we as a district added 29 facilities to our number of ENERGY STAR buildings for a total of 41. In 2014, we have further advanced towards our 100% goal, adding 3 more facilities to our total. While schools in other districts in South Carolina have begun achieving the ENERGY STAR label, Greenville County Schools is still leads the way with ­­­44 facilities that have earned the Energy Star Label, 50% of the total number of Energy Star rated schools in the state.

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