Kids of all ages want to make a difference in the world—and one very simple way for them to do that is by being environmentally responsible and understanding ways to save energy.
We feel a social responsibility to educate students on the benefits of being energy efficient. We like to show students that energy use and conservation in buildings, as well as science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) careers are fun and can have a positive contribution to the environment.
The STEAM group from Assumption High School in Louisville got to see the fun in energy efficiency and STEAM careers on January 17 when they toured our building, getting the full Harshaw Trane experience.
This group of 19 learned how they can contribute to energy efficiency and conservation today and in their future careers by talking to energy services professionals specializing in building automation, real time energy monitoring, lighting and more.
Thanks for visiting us, Assumption. We look forward to more partnerships with local schools and STEM/STEAM groups!
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