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    South Region

    • 25 years of EPC experience
    • 688,000 students impacted by improved learning environments
    • 225 ESPCs implemented statewide

Enable your vision with a trusted partner

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We paved the way for energy savings performance contracting (ESPC) projects in Texas in the 1990s, and have remained a market leader and innovator ever since. With our ESPC headquarters based in Texas, and multiple offices throughout the South, we’ve got the local resources and expertise needed to support a project of any size. With a focus on business integrity and strong client relationships, our goal is to help you enable your vision.

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Innovative schools and campuses

From pre-K to higher education, every educator strives to give their students the very best. These progressive leaders are leveraging energy and operational efficiencies to create 21st century learning environments.

  • Reinvesting through energy savings

    The Associate V.P. of Facilities and other leaders at the University of North Texas discuss how they were able to free up budget to reinvest back into purchasing new equipment, improving the learning environment and increasing educational resources for over a decade.

  • Meeting critical needs Commerce ISD leveraged an energy savings performance contract with a creative scope to meet critical capital improvement needs and position the district as a regional leader in sustainability.
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    Becoming a sustainability leader Point Isabel ISD launched an ambitious energy partnership to improve efficiency, sustainability and the learning environment, while advancing the mission of fiscal responsibility and sustainability leadership. > Read case study

“After partnering with Schneider Electric for over a decade and experiencing over a 30 percent decrease in energy costs and an unprecedented reduction in carbon footprint, we look forward to building on that relationship and achieving our sustainability goals.”

– Charles Jackson, Former Associate V.P., Facilities, University of North Texas
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  • Schneider Electric and Texas A&M International University believe that students are the future Schneider Electric and Texas A&M International University believe that students are the future and that innovation can arise in a classroom setting when students are challenged and equipped with the right tools to meet these challenges. That is why TAMIU is turning the entire campus environment into a working classroom and laboratory, giving students a real-life experience as they work to solve the global problems and become equipped for future opportunities after graduation.
  • Texas school tackles aging and fragmented infrastructure "Our school district had some significant challenges .Antiquated equipment left classrooms uncomfortable and were a challenge for our staff to maintain. We explored many solutions and ultimately decided to partner with Schneider Electric because of their proven track record in helping school districts modernize facilities and reduce costs. I am proud to say that we have exceeded our goals … cutting our energy consumption in half and saving our district millions of dollars.”  – Mike Gilbert, Superintendent

Schneider Electric helped Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas, achieved nearly $150,000 in energy savings in the latest phase of a comprehensive energy efficiency project. In total, the multi-phase project will deliver an estimated $1.58 million in savings and reduce the airport’s annual utility expenses by 38 percent.
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Put the spotlight on student engagement

With the culture shift toward sustainability in full swing and an emphasis on STEM programs in Texas schools and universities, we believe an energy efficiency project can be about so much more than saving energy. We are proud to offer a variety of interactive, educational student engagement programs aimed at these initiatives.

  • Student Activism on Campus. Student recruitment table set on campus.
    Discover conserve my planet Conserve My PlanetTM is a fun behavioral modification program for
    K-12 through higher education aimed at motivating students, teachers and staff to take an active role in smart, efficient energy use in school and at home, while preparing some for future careers in STEM-related fields.
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    Fund STEM curriculum partnerships Schneider Electric has partnered with STEMscopes, the leading provider of Next Generation Science Standards, to deliver digital STEM curriculum aligned to Texas’ science standards. We have a wide variety of offerings that can be funded through your energy savings. > Read brochure

"The results we’ve seen from Conserve My Planet have surpassed our expectations; as a result, we’ve decided to extend the program to all of our schools."

– Roy Mitchel, Energy Manager, Allen ISD

Renewing communities and maximizing utilities

Through public-private partnerships with Schneider Electric, forward-thinking local governments are promoting economic development, engaging residents and maximizing public funds. Across the state, our clients range from small towns to the large counties.

  • Modernize infrastructure without raising taxes

    Judge Jenkins discusses the benefits of a comprehensive energy efficiency project, resulting in a 35% reduction in utility costs for Dallas County.

"In addition to addressing our infrastructure needs, our partnership with Schneider Electric has resulted in a sustainable plan that supports our commitment to the environment, and will also be a powerful economic driver to the community. We’re proud to have leveraged local talent by subcontracting to area firms and engaging local craftspeople."

– Judge Clay Jenkins, Dallas County

Make your public utilities do more

Taking advantage of new technologies and advanced solutions is a smart choice to reduce costs and improve the environment.

Learn more about this program in our Local Government page.
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