Clarkstown Central School District
Ameresco delivered $7 million in infrastructure improvements, including a photovoltaic array and sensors that shut off vending machines and lights when they are not needed, allowing the Clarkstown Central School District to earn ENERGY STAR® certification and save more than $460,000 annually on energy costs.
Town of Natick
Ameresco set an aggressive schedule to meet regulatory requirements and had crews work nights and weekends to avoid classroom disruptions as it developed solar power arrays on public school rooftops.
Sherrard Community Unit School District
"Ameresco showed us that by generating and using energy from our own clean, renewable source, we could reduce our electric bill. We're also demonstrating to students and the community that we're doing our part to protect the environment.” -Robert E. Gillum, Superintendent
Big Spring School District
A major geothermal project using 112 wells to provide heating at two schools was part of a renewable energy and energy efficiency project for the Big Spring School District. Ameresco moved from contract selection to construction within three months, enabling the district to comply with a narrow window for state capital funding
City of Fall River
Unused rooftop space on three Fall River public schools provided the perfect location for solar power generation, with the three sites rated for 461 kW of energy.
Adair County Schools
"Adair County Schools have saved thousands annually to help pay for [energy] improvements and retrofits,” said Darrell Treece, Superintendent of Adair County Schools in Central Kentucky. “The natural gas and electricity alone that we have saved is equal to 1,691 metric tons of CO2.”