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 Schneider Electric announces four new performance contract wins

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Schneider Electric announced four new performance contract wins in the U.S. that total a combined amount of approximately $3.3 million. The Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington, Kansas, Center 58 School District in Kansas City, Missouri, Marceline R-V School District in Marceline, Missouri and Roanoke City School District in Roanoke, Alabama are working with Schneider Electric to implement individual, customized building retrofits to improve operations, comfort and efficiency.

         Sumner Regional Medical Center (Link to Press Release) The medical center, which provides inpatient, outpatient and emergency care to more than 15 communities in the Wellington, Kansas area, is performing more than $1 million in facility enhancements to address an inefficient, aging HVAC system. At project completion, Sumner Regional Medical Center will reduce its utility costs by over $104,000 and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by over 1 million pounds. 

         Center 58 School District (Link to Press Release) – Faced with rising energy costs at the district’s campuses, the Center 58 School District, which serves over 2,500 students, is investing $1.1 million in facility enhancements which includes retrofits to hot and chilled water plants, installing energy efficient lighting solutions and replacing HVAC equipment at several facilities. With these improvements, the district will reduce its annual utility costs by approximately $123,000. 

         Marceline R-V School District (Link to Press Release) – Located in Northern Missouri, the school district selected Schneider Electric to implement an $800,000 performance contract to replace an aging heating system, retrofit non-insulated windows and install a energy management system to monitor usage. The project is anticipated to help the school district realize energy savings equivalent to removing nine cars from the roads annually or planting 13 acres of trees, thereby reducing its annual carbon emission by 27,807 pounds.

         Roanoke City School District (Link to Press Release) – With partial funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act’s stimulus State Energy Program (ARRA-SEP), the Roanoke School District is performing over $435,000 in retrofits to HVAC controls at its high school and middle school to create a more comfortable learning environment for students and faculty while minimizing energy waste and lowering costs. At completion, the project will provide the district with more than $400,000 in energy costs over the 15 year term of the contract.









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