- Willows Unified School District, Willows, CA has partnered with Compass Energy to apply and implement the CalSHAPE Grant Program to retrofit and upgrade their HVAC, ventilation, CO2 and filtration systems. This is a District wide initiative encompassing multiple campuses which serve over 1,500 students. The CalSHAPE Grant Program allows the District to take advantage of an assessment phase to determine whether HVAC replacement will meet classroom ventilation goals while improving indoor air quality for students and staff.
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Palomar College partnered with CES to develop a campus-wide initiative focusing on reducing energy consumption. CES implemented energy management systems, solar photovoltaic generation systems, HVAC retrofits and LED lighting upgrades. This improved Palomar’s stipulated annual energy savings (kWh).
City of Clovis
Since 2009, CES has partnered with the City of Clovis to develop, manage and implement cost-effective, energy-efficiency & renewable solutions. Over the past decade, the City has reduced its energy consumption and operating costs by over 48%.
Victor Valley College
Winning the CCC Board of Governors Annual Energy and Sustainability Award in 2013 and 2019, the Victor Valley College project saw several energy-efficient upgrades to promote energy sustainability on the main campus. With lighting, HVAC, zone modifications and more, CES reduced the campus’s energy consumption and increased their sustainability.
College of the Canyons
College of the Canyons (COC) partnered with CES to reduce its usage of electricity and natural gas while updating aged energy end-use equipment. From the beginning, COC has focused on an integrated approach in developing their energy efficiency and capital improvement projects.
College of the Sequoias
Located in Visalia, California, the College of the Sequoias selected CES to be their Energy Services Company. CES will be working with the College to address and meet the California Community College Board of Governors Climate Change and Sustainability Policy. For the first phase of the project CES is implementing a Solar Photovoltaic system at the College of the Sequoias’ Hanford Education Center.
Yosemite Community College
Compass Energy is working with Yosemite CCD on a first phase energy efficiency and renewable project that will significantly reduce the District’s annual electrical load and address the Chancellor’s Office Sustainability Goals. CES will be implementing a Campus wide Interior & Exterior LED Lighting Retrofit, building a Solar Carport on the East Campus and installing Level 2 Dual Port EV Charging Stations.