Improve your Indoor Air Quality for a Safer Learning Environment for your Students

A Critical Challenge

“Changes to the building operations including the operation of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, can reduce the risk of airborne exposures.”

With the current pandemic, it’s crucial to ensure a safe and healthy environment for students and staff. Assessing and addressing ventilation systems in school buildings is your first step: It could be the difference between safety and sickness.

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that on average, 54% of school buildings have failing infrastructure problems, including poor ventilation systems. Is your school one of them?

What Can You Do?

You can make infrastructure improvements now to ensure healthier indoor air quality and guaranteed energy savings with an Energy Performance Contract.

EPCs specifically targets HVAC and building automation controls in a very comprehensive manner, and is a mechanism towards addressing fresh air code issues that are so common in schools. And no firm offers the proven expertise, success, and commitment that Energia brings to the K-12 learning environment. We can help you develop an EPC that:

Reduces taxpayer burden by being budget neutral.
Guarantees reduced energy spending – 30% on average.
Frees up funds for student programs or supplies.

Interested to see if your school qualifies for an Energy Performance Contract?

Energia offers a full ventilation system assessment as part of your EPC.

Our report will provide you you with critical information about risk areas, as well as a plan, and a funding source to correct them, helping you protect your students.

ASHRAE Guide: Checklist for classroom preparedness

How to use ventilation and air filtration to prevent the spread of indoor exposures

For more information, reach out to Energia’s Chief Executive Officer Kendra McQuilton at