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$10 Million Saved (So Far) and a Healthier Planet - Conservation in a K12 School District
$10 Million Saved (So Far) and a Healthier Planet - Conservation in a K12 School District

$10 Million Saved (So Far) and a Healthier Planet - Conservation in a K12 School District

Abstract

Mansfield Independent School District (located south of Dallas, TX) has an award-winning, measureable energy conservation program in place that has saved stakeholders over $10million and reduced carbon emissions by over
36,000 metric tons since 2012.  In addition to national recognition by the EPA as a Partner of the Year five years running, MISD has also received a commendation from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and has received more ENERGY STAR re-certifications than any other school district in the state of Texas.  Come learn from our history and walk away with information about how you can set up a similar program with your organization. Highlights will be our partnership with ENERGY STAR, Cenergistic, and EnergyCAP, how we communicate our successes to all stakeholders to maintain momentum, and how to determine how well you’re positioned to start up your own conservation program.

Speaker

Kelly Campbell, C.E.M.
Energy Conservation Specialist
Mansfield Independent School District

Mr. Campbell has spent over 24 years in education, serving students as a classroom teacher and building principal. He is currently the lead in the district’s energy conservation program and has helped Mansfield ISD earn recognitions from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) with their Environmental Excellence Award and from the EPA with their Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award.  Mr. Campbell is also a contributor in the development of the State of Texas’s newest iteration of the Watt Watchers program.

Paul Cash
Executive Director of Facilities and Operations
Mansfield Independent School District

Dr. Paul E. Cash is completing his 29th year as a professional educator. He began his career as a mathematics teacher and later served as an assistant principal and principal at the high school level. He has served Mansfield ISD over the past 11 years as the academic intervention coordinator, the director of student services, and currently serving as the district’s executive director of facilities and operations. In this role, Paul has jumped in with both feet regarding the district’s efforts to save stakeholders money with energy conservation.