Energia and Ray Sanchez, the Tarrytown Superintendent, have recently collaborated on this podcast with TALAS, featured in their Partnership Spotlight series. This particular episode takes a deep dive into the ever-changing landscape of educational transformation. It unveils the hidden strategies that drive equity, give voice to students, and set ablaze significant changes within learning environments.
Recently, school districts nationwide have encountered significant hurdles when attempting to execute on facilities projects. Persistent labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, and soaring inflation have all contributed to drastic alterations in their original plans. As a result, total project costs have escalated far beyond what was initially budgeted or agreed upon with contractors. With many… Read more »
Rich School, Poor School is a podcast dedicated to uncovering school district inequities caused by the physical environment and the leaders who are answering the call. Each episode will introduce a school district champion who is driving change to help build more resilient and equitable learning environments for our nation’s students. Rich School, Poor School… Read more »
According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, “Environmental Justice … simply means making sure that everyone has a fair chance of living the healthiest life possible.” Achieving environmental justice in classrooms is imperative and can ensure that all students have access to healthy and safe learning environments, regardless of their zip code. Lack… Read more »
Enables Company to Provide Critical Energy Engineering and Supplier Diversity Advantages to Texas Agencies Smithtown, NY – May 16, 2023 – Everything is bigger in Texas, including the opportunities for women-owned businesses. Texas agencies looking to procure energy engineering services from a certified Woman Owned Business can now select Energia, which today announced it was… Read more »
Testimonials from Superintendent Timothy Eagen, Principal Kenneth Ferrazzi, and various students at William T. Rogers Middle School about how Energia’s solar project positively impacted their learning environment as well as the whole of the Kings Park Central School District.
Majority-Hispanic School District Directs a District-wide Energy Performance Contract Toward Educational Environmental Improvements By Justin Benoit, Senior Project Manager at Energia The impact of building infrastructure on equity was among the presentations made during the most recent conference of the New York State Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (NYSALAS). An educational and informative discussion… Read more »
Enables Company to Provide Critical Energy Engineering and Supplier Diversity Advantages to NYC Agencies Smithtown, NY – May 16, 2023 – New York City agencies looking to procure energy engineering services from certified Women-Owned Business Enterprises (WBE) have a new option. Energia, an energy engineering firm, today announced it has been recognized as a Certified… Read more »
Discover how underfunded buildings are worsening educational inequities and learn how your school district can address the problem through energy performance contracts. By Kendra McQuilton, Energia CEO Educators recognize that striving for equity in all opportunities and outcomes can level the playing field for students being left behind. Educational inequity exists in many forms,… Read more »