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  • JISD Energy Management Awards $16,816.00 in Energy Reduction Incentives to Campuses!

    The JISD Energy Management Department conducted a district-wide energy reduction incentive program over a four month period, beginning September 1st, 2017 and ending on December 31,2017. Utility bills were compare from previous year same timeframe..

    As part of our comprehensive Energy Management Program, a portion of savings are earmarked for incentives . This year, we returned over $16,816.00 back to the campuses for reducing their overall electricity consumption. Woodlake Hills celebrated being the number one reducer and received $2,619.00 and Elolf ranked number two at $1,268.00!

    • Daniel Brooks and Sonia Ibanez accept the award for Woodlake Hills 40.2%
    • Shawn Beach; Tiffany McHugh; Scott Wilson; Sylvia Gonzalez accept the award for Elolf 19.4%
    • Liza Guerrero and Shanise Davis accept the award for Judson Middle 17.6%
    • Kelle Lofton and Shawna Houlahan accept the award for Franz 15.6%
    • Josephine Juarez accept the award for Veterans Memorial 8.4%
    • Yliana Gonzalez and Valencia Hugle accept the award for Hartman 15%
    • Christine Guajardo accept the award for Olympia 14.5%
    • Linda Cruz and April Schweizerhof accept the award for Crestview 13.8%
    • Allison Sproles accept the award for Rolling Meadows 13.8%
    • Tracey Valree accept the award for Metzger 8.3%
    • Christophor Galloway accept the award for Candlewood 10.7%
    • Terry Combs, Carlos Cabasos and Emily Hays accept the award for Hopkins 7.0%
    • Mata Sounjalynne and Ricci Bethely-Day accept the award for JCARE 9.7%
    • Karen Durkin accept the award for Woodlake Elementary 4.1%
    • Tricia Davila accept the award for Paschall Elementary 13.9%
    • Barbara Smejkal and Vincent Lugo accept the award for Millers Point Elementary 3.5%
    • Patrcia Rodriquez accept the award for Converse Elementary 6.7%
    • Ted Haynes & Etta Robinson accept the award for Masters Elementary 1.3%
    • Jerome Johnson & Michael Barclay accept the award for Kirby Middle 0.80%
    • Sherri Wrather & Rebecca Igou accept the award for Copperfield Elementary 2.8%
    • Joanna Campos & Cynthia Davis accept the award for Coronado Elementary 2.6%

    JISD Energy Management Awards $5,311.00 in Energy Reduction Incentives to Campuses!

    The JISD Energy Management Department conducted a district-wide energy reduction incentive program over a four month period, beginning September 1st, 2016 and ending on December 31,2016. Utility bills were compare from previous year same timeframe..

    As part of our comprehensive Energy Management Program, a portion of savings are earmarked for incentives . This year, we returned over $5,311.00 back to the campuses for reducing their overall electricity consumption. Millers Point Elementary celebrated being the number one reducer and received $2,134.00 and Franz ranked number two at $1,218.00!

    • Vincent Lugo and Barbara Smejkal accepted Award for Millers Point Elementary
    • Rodney Vigil, Shawna Houlahan, and Krystal Pastrano  accepted Award for Franz Elementary
    • Julia Battle and Karen Durkin accepted Award for Woodlake Elementary
    • Gregory Mihleder and Marcette Galindo accepted Award for Woodlake Elementary
    • Stephanie Mihleder and Christine Guajardo accepted Award for Olympia
    • Linda Cruz accepted Award for Crestview Elementary
    • Beverly Broom accepted Award for Kitty Hawk
    • Christophor Galloway accept award for Candlewood
    • Jerome Johnson accept award for Kirby

    JISD Energy Management receives CPS Rebate Check total $358,719.00 for SFY 2017

    The check is for our participation this past year in the CPS Energy’s Demand Response Program at 17 campuses

    The Demand Response program is when the utility Grid is at a peak on usage. CPS requests their customers to reduce usage where they can.

    Participants within this plan get paid back for their reduction .

    During extreme temperatures customers use MORE ENERGY

    Using More energy can cause price spikes and possible blackouts

    Normally , utilities fire up another POLLUTING POWER PLANT to meet demand…

    But Demand Response, A/C units and appliances adjust to Energy efficient presets

    Energy use drops and participants see lower ELECTRIC BILLS…

    This year CPS is presenting a total check amount $358,719.00

    District Energy Management Department and Facilities Planning Department.  Through a well planned and executed strategy, the district will be able to save a significant amount of energy off the power grid. CPS Energy’s Joe Jones presented a nice rebate check totaling $380,349.95  to Energy Manager David Oehler,Energy Specialist Andy Jimenez and Facilities Planning Director Victor Valdez for the Energy saving HVAC and LED lighting installed at Veterans Memorial High School.

    JISD 2016 Spring Break "Vampire Walk" was a success

    Prior to the spring break, Energy Management conducted its traditional "Vampire Walk". The purpose of the audit is to ensure that not only are appliances and electronics turned off for the break, but that they are also unplugged. The requirements were communicated to all the campuses. Out of the 201 offices and classrooms that were audited, Four Schools had perfect scores - Crestview, Millers Point, Hartman,and Metzger. Two Campus came in a close second Salinas and Spring Meadows.

    • Millers Point accepting award Energy Captain Vincent Lugo and Maegan Voight and Barbara Smejkal
    • Metzger Middle accepting award Nato James
    • Spring Meadows accepting award Michael Unate and Courtney Morawski
    • Hartman accepting award David Garcia

    JISD Energy Management receives two CPS Rebate Checks total $363,910.00 for SFY 2016

    One of the checks consists of a combined total of funds back to the district for Six Energy Saving solutions projects the district completed this past school year (Rebates).

    • Copperfield Indoor Lighting
    • Copperfield Outdoor Lighting
    • Copperfield Chillers
    • Park Village Chiller
    • Pac Band Practice Lighting
    • Kitty Hawk Locker Room Lighting

    Total Check $160,513.00

    The second check is for our participation this past year in the CPS Energy’s Demand Response Program at 16 campuses

    The Demand Response program is when the utility Grid is at a peak on usage. CPS requests their customers to reduce usage where they can.

    Participants within this plan get paid back for their reduction .

    During extreme temperatures customers use MORE ENERGY

    Using More energy can cause price spikes and possible blackouts

    Normally , utilities fire up another POLLUTING POWER PLANT to meet demand…

    But Demand Response, A/C units and appliances adjust to Energy efficient presets

    Energy use drops and participants see lower ELECTRIC BILLS…

    Our average demand curtailed (traditional program) was 4,131 KW at $46.00 earning $190,026.

    Judson ISD’s average demand curtailed (Automated Demand Response) was 492 KW at $27.00 earning $13,371.

    This year CPS is presenting a total check amount $203,397.00 which is a 83% increase in last year’s 

Contact Us

  • David Oehler
    David Oehler, ATEM
    District Energy Manager
    (210) 945-1200
    (210) 945-6985 FAX
    doehler@judsonisd.org

    Andy Jimenez
    Marcelo "Andy" Jimenez, ATEM
    Energy Specialist
    (210) 945-1200
    (210) 945-6985 FAX
    majimenez@judsonisd.org

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