Case Study

Spring Creek Community School

Whistler, Canada

12.75

FINANCIAL SAVING

$1,037.73 (USD)

CO2 SAVING

8,028 kg

The performance of EndoTherm was piloted by the Sea to Sky School District at Spring Creek Community School in Whistler, Canada.

The school is heated by a 1,500Mbtu boiler and EndoTherm was installed in September 2017.

The preferred methodology follows the International Protocol for Measurement & Verification of Performance (IPMVP). A baseline is established by comparing usage (GJ) with Heating Degree Days taken
from a nearby weather station at a temperature base of 18.5°C.

The consumption after EndoTherm was installed was compared with a baseline from the previous seven months.

 

Results

Time Period Heating Degree Days (18.5°C) Predicted Usage (GJ) Actual Usage (GJ) Difference Usage Factor (GJ)
Oct – Nov 2017 490.2 301.39 260.7 40.69
Nov – Dec 2017 522.5 321.67 289.7 31.97
Dec – Jan 17/18 727.3 450.26 384.3 65.96
Jan – Feb 2018 518.4 319.1 300.2 18.9

 

Savings

Compensated Saving:

12.75%

Total Cash Saving:

$1,037.73 (USD)

Total CO2 Saving:

8,028 kg

 

“The EndoTherm product was installed in one of our elementary schools’ closed loop boiler systems. The install was quick and easy. Installation of the product has already resulted in a good amount of cost savings and CO2 reduction. I would like to see the product installed in more of our school buildings. All in all, EndoTherm does everything it claims to do. It’s a no brainer for me to have this product installed in our systems.”

District Operation Manager

Sea to Sky School

 

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