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Reducing Energy in Schools and Education Buildings

By making your schools & education buildings more energy efficient and reducing the energy we waste, there’s no need to generate or import as much in the first place.

Improving energy efficiency by reducing the energy wasted in electric devices – brings down energy bills and Carbon footprints”

Although to ICT Providers and LED Lighting installers the ELe® low voltage solution delivers much more than just energy savings…

“Simple plug & play ‘power-over-ethernet’ technology enables ICT installers to remove the need for electricians, which improves install time & costs”

And to ICT Operators & Users the ELe® solution delivers much more than just energy savings & a simple speedy installation…

“Simplified & reduced ongoing maintenance and the ability to design out systems that require restrictive mains cabling & portable appliance safety tests (PAT)”

Our Low Energy Schools & Classrooms offer is – LED Lighting & PoE  suites for maximum learning ability and safety for the pupils. The suites can even be Solar powered too! Another good read is our page on top tips for saving energy in schools

Education Projects

Ryecroft C.E. Middle School

32 Intel NUC computers & 19″ LED screens powered using the innovative ELe power over ethernet solution.

Ryecroft PoE ICT suite

All Saints C of E –

32 Intel NUC computers & 19″ LED screens powered using the innovative ELe power over ethernet solution.

Hoylake Holy Trinity CofE

16 Intel NUC computers & 19″ LED screens powered using the innovative ELe power over ethernet solution.

Millfield School –

LED Lighting reduced electrical load from over 27kW to just 2.94kW

South Africa Solar Off-Grid Classroom –

Installed ELe®’s unique ‘plug and play’ power solution, providing 5kW of energy storage allowing 8 hours of uninterrupted teaching

solar cabins

Challenges today’s Schools & Academies are facing:

  • Increasing Energy costs (‘£ spent per pupil’) = Less overall budget available to spend on value-add Educational resources.
  • Increasing Energy usage = higher CO2 / Carbon footprints. Reducing budgets (‘Total Income per pupil’) despite certain costs rising outside of the control of the school.
  • Implementing Energy efficiency projects (in most cases) involves some upfront costs and many schools do not have the funds necessary to undertake such projects. Catch-22.
  • Increased external Energy awareness and reporting of schools spending means Energy and Carbon outputs cannot and should not be ignored.
  • Sustainability is now appearing on Governors and Parents agendas.

For a survey or to find out more about our Low Voltage Low Energy school or education building systems, call us today on: +44 (0) 1695 731942 or email: sales@extremelowenergy.com

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