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MISD Utility & Energy Management

The single most expensive commodity purchased by MISD is energy. It is our goal to reduce consumption and conserve energy to the maximum amount possible while still providing comfortable buildings with adequate lighting. This can only be done with the assistance and cooperation of all district personnel. In the big picture, energy conservation is critically important to our nation and the environment. At the local level, every dollar we can save on energy is a dollar that can be spent for other district needs.

Energy Star Certifications


Since 2006, MISD has used ENERGY STAR building certifications as a way of demonstrating our dedication to energy efficiency. 

We’re proud of our partnership with ENERGY STAR, having received more building certifications than another other school district in the state of Texas.

Mansfield ISD named 2014 Energy Partner of the Year

Mansfield ISD Receives U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR Recognition

The Facilities Department is responsible for developing and implementing a program to manage the consumption of electricity, natural gas, and water on a long-term and short-term basis. Key to this goal is the Energy Management System that links the heating, ventilation and cooling systems of major buildings to a central computer. The EMS computer monitors both mechanical and other electrical systems in buildings.

Personal health and comfort should not be compromised in the name of energy conservation. Use all the energy you need but do not waste it.


MISD Energy Education Updates

In May, 2012, the MISD Board of Trustees approved a partnership with Cenergistic (formally Energy Education), a firm whose mission is to help school districts reduce their overall utility usage and operations cost. Projected cost savings during this partnership will be approximately $18 million over a ten-year period.

MISD overall cost avoidance “savings” from June 2012 - September 2015): $4,561,370 dollars (17% reduction) and counting.

Our conservation efforts have reduced CO2 output by 16,893 metric tons which is the equivalent of 3,519 cars taken off the road each year, the CO2 absorbed by 433, 149 tree seedlings grown over a 10-year period..

Usage & Cost Charts

Visit the links below to view the chart for utility usage and cost information by fiscal year.

Fiscal Year 2004

Fiscal Year 2005

Fiscal Year 2006

Fiscal Year 2007

Fiscal Year 2008

Fiscal Year 2009

Fiscal Year 2010

Fiscal Year 2011

Fiscal Year 2012

Fiscal Year 2013

Fiscal Year 2014

Fiscal Year 2015

Mansfield ISD named 2014 Energy Partner of the Year - On April 29, 2014, Mansfield ISD was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) at the 2014 ENERGY STAR Awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. for our outstanding contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency.

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