Reynoldsburg City Schools Reduces Energy Consumption, Decreases Utility Costs & Receives Big Check From AEP Ohio.
At the November 2019 Board Meeting, AEP Ohio presented Reynoldsburg City Schools with an incentive check in the amount of $441,696. The District achieved these incentives by partnering with Dynamix Energy Services to develop and implement a turn key energy project.
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“We are impressed with the tremendous dollar savings that Dynamix Energy Services is helping our district generate each month,” said Reynoldsburg City Schools Superintendent Melvin Brown. “Our students, staff and the community all benefit from the improvements and incentives that AEP Ohio provided to our district. This is community collaboration at its best.”
Sean Weber, President of Dynamix Energy Services provided the School Board with some highlights of the Energy Conservation Project.
- New Building Automation System for 14 Buildings
- LED Lighting Retrofit of Interior, Exterior and Parking Lot Lights
- Complete HVAC Renovation at Hannah Ashton Middle School
- HVAC Upgrades Installed at Various Buildings
- New High School Stadium LED Lighting
- Energy Dashboards Displaying Energy Use & Energy Savings in Real Time
- Building Demand Control
- Automated PLC Demand Control
Four months after implementation, the Reynoldsburg City Schools benefited from energy savings of more than $250,000 and and this project is targeted to exceed the guaranteed energy savings of $412,699.
“As a result of this successful venture, we are providing kiosks at every school that will display energy savings in real-time. These displays show the savings that the district, as well as each individual school, have accumulated. The dashboards will keep a running total so that we can remind our greater school community that we have implemented an environmentally responsible and sustainable program for the future.” – Chris Reed, Reynoldsburg City Schools Director of Operations and Services