K-12 schools can gain national recognition for efforts to improve school facilities with the Efficient and Healthy Schools Campaign. In this free webinar, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and... Learn More
Getting to Zero Energy in Schools is Achievable! Showcasing Successful Zero Energy School Projects from Around the U.S.
This one-hour webinar highlights two projects that demonstrate the proof-of concept in zero energy school construction: King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex in Cambridge, MA and Richardsville Elementary in Warren County, KY (which has been operating at zero energy since 2010). This webinar weaves the experiences and lessons learned of districts and technical experts as they share resources, tools, and steps to success in designing, constructing and operating school facilities to an ultra-low energy target and adding renewable systems to offset their annual consumption. Arrowstreet Architecture and Design’s, Kate Bubriski and Mike Wilson of Warren County Public Schools demonstrate why and how a growing number of school districts are getting to zero, and prove that zero energy is possible in both new construction and existing school retrofits.