Evans Energy does work in a variety of industries.   Below is a list of some of the work we have completed.

HB 264 Projects

The Energy Conservation Program allows school districts to make energy efficiency improvements to their buildings and use the cost savings to pay for those improvements.

We Find A Way to Pay for It

October 1, 2016

Liberty Local Schools

September 9, 2013
House Bill 264 Energy Project Improvements: • New Classroom HVAC Equipment Lighting Retrofit • Roofing Improvements • New Boilers and Booster Heaters   Evans Energy collaborated with Tremco Inc., and conducted a detailed on-site survey of 3 buildings.  A customized energy savings plan was developed, presented, and then approved by the Ohio Schools Facility Commission more »

Fort Loramie Local Schools

September 9, 2013
House Bill 264 Energy Project Improvements • Install  Lighting Occupancy Sensors • Replace  Boilers with High Efficiency Boilers • Energy Auditing and Building Envelope Analysis • Replace Existing Hot Water Heater with High Efficiency Tankless Hot Water Heaters • Install  Hot Water Pumps  • Install C02 Sensors for Demand Control Ventilation • Install Variable  Frequency more »

Wellington Local Schools

September 9, 2013
 House Bill 264 Energy Project Improvements: • Lighting Retrofit • Window & Door Replacements • Energy Auditing • Controls Upgrade • Install Occupancy Sensors • Replace Electric Booster Heaters • Energy Resource Management     Evans Energy partnered with Tremco, Inc., to perform a detailed energy audit of three campuses . We identified key areas more »

Canton City Schools

September 2, 2013
House Bill 264 Energy Project Improvements: Natatorium Pool Heating Retro-Fit District Wide Energy Management System Building Envelope Upgrades Power Factor Corrections Evans Energy with Tremco Inc. performed an Energy Conservation Audit on 25 campuses in the district. We received approval in September 2010 from the Ohio Schools Facility Commission to implement the efficiencies that were more »

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