Solutions for Schools
Harnessing Sustainability to Support Schools and Student Success
Chevron Energy Solutions (CES) is renowned for its partnerships with school districts and its innovation in clean energy technology, education programs, financing and project management. Across the U.S., we've developed facility modernization programs that are transforming schools through energy efficiency, conservation and clean power generation. In fact, we're one of the leading installers of solar power at educational institutions in the U.S. and have dozens of LEED-accredited professionals on our team.
When it comes to solutions, our team of professionals is known for its breadth and depth of experience. Together, they bring years of experience developing and building effective solutions for our customers.
Innovative, Cost-Saving Solutions
Our energy-efficient upgrades save energy and operating costs and provide budget predictability.
As a result, many projects can be funded without up-front capital, so schools can redirect their resources to other important education priorities.
Our Envision™ program offering helps schools strengthen their curriculum, improve the learning environment, and deliver sustainable savings through behavioral change. View Envision™ Video.
Clean, Renewable Energy
We're experts at designing and installing solar power systems. In fact, we've completed some of the country's largest solar and energy efficiency projects at K-12 districtsreal-world examples for education and a source of pride for teachers, students and administrators.
The solar photovoltaic systems we develop provide new revenue streams and are clean, quiet and low-maintenance. They can be integrated into a building's design or mounted on canopiesturning parking lots, courtyards, or open spaces into comfortable shaded areas. In California, these canopies are pre-approved by the California Division of State Architect.
Better Learning Environments
An energy-efficient school can be easier to maintain and provides better lighting and indoor air quality for students and faculty. The result is improved comfort, which translates into a more productive learning and teaching environment that can also help attract and retain students and faculty.
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