Metropolitan Energy Center, a non-profit hub for energy efficiency, invites you to an informal luncheon to discuss indoor air quality and its effect on student performance. With creative strategies and small changes, you can improve student cognition by 20% while saving money on school utility bills. Not only can you enhance student performance, but improve the overall health of your classroom.
Some of the topics you can expect to be covered:
Linking Indoor Air Quality with Student Performance
First Hand Experience with Creative Funding Strategies
How to Pay for it: ESCOs, Bonds, and Rebates
Peer-to-Peer Networking and Roundtable
Have an energy efficiency success story you’d like to share? Let us know!