NJ School District Adopts Innovative Technology Measures to Save Money and Engage Students

September 25, 2017
In January 2015, Delran Township School District was driven by a desire to reduce energy costs, improve the building automation and mechanical systems, and become more sustainable. By taking a holistic approach in all 4 schools, and entering into an Energy Savings Improvement Program with Schneider Electric, Delran will reduce energy costs by 32%, produce 80% of its electric needs through on-site solar, and save taxpayers $5.6 million over the next 15 years.
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