Energy Efficiency in Alameda Schools
AMP has been a strong partner to Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) over the years, helping the district identify ways to save energy and providing generous rebates. As the district looks to its next round of energy efficiency upgrades with funding provided by the California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop. 39).
AMP is again providing its expertise helping AUSD prepare their application for funds for development of the scope of work, lighting schedules, fixture counts, and technical specifications for the lighting equipment.
The 2015 funds will be spent primarily on retrofitting exterior lighting with energy efficient LEDs and long-life ceramic metal halide fixtures at twelve schools and will be completed by September 2015.
|School||kWh/yer Reduction||Total $ Saved Annually||AMP Rebate|
|Alameda High School||102,606||$15,267.77||$17,548.48|
|Bay Farm Elementary||19,142||$2,848.33||$1,457.64|
|Encinal High School||58,519||$8,707.63||$9,911.31|
|Franklin Elementary School||2,196||$326.76||$439.12|
|Henry Haight Elementary School||4,083||$607.55||$408.32|
|Lincoln Middle School||40,768||$6,066.28||$7,408.13|
|Lum Elementary School||4,070||$605.62||$814.00|
|Maya Lin Elementary School||1,478||$219.93||$295.68|
|Otis Elementary School||8,769||$1,304.83||$1,367.96|
|Paden Elementary School||13,248||$1,971.30||$1,713.78|
|Ruby Bridges Elementary School||16,813||$2,501.77||$2,378.22|
|Wood Elementary School||4,884||$726.74||$976.80|