Pemco Educational Facilities
According to a recent study conducted by The Rockefeller Foundation and DB Climate Change Advisors, education facilities make up approximately 55% of total floor space, but account for 48% of the total energy consumption–the highest within the institutional category. Moreover, K-12 schools in the United States spend more than $8 billion each year on energy. That’s $8 billion not spent on educational equipment and supplies. At least 61% of the education buildings in the U.S. were constructed before 1980, which means that energy efficiency upgrades and new technology could save billions in energy costs.
Pemco offers a no upfront cost, end to end service that will give educational facilities and school districts the opportunity to:
Contact Pemco to learn more about our education facility solutions.