Northside ISD has a long history of energy conservation that started in the early 1990’s. The tradition of NISD striving to be an energy conservation leader continues today. As we are all know too well electricity and water are only going to become more expensive so every kilowatt and gallon saved is an investment in the future of the District’s students.
The Energy Management staff believes everything we do is for the students. Energy Conservation does not just save energy and money but also it provides an opportunity to teach life lessons everyday in the classroom by turning off lights, maintaining reasonable temperatures, or shutting down computer equipment at the end of each day. We hope that you find the Energy Management Website useful, providing both information about the District’s Energy Policies and resources to help you save energy.
Our Mission is to reduce energy and water use throughout the District while helping maintain an environment conducive to learning.
- CPS Rebates – Northside ISD received $290,000 in CPS rebates in 2012-13 and $233,000 so far this school year bringing the total rebates received by NISD since 2009 to $2,231,791.
- Martin Elementary School received the Green Building Council certification as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver building in 2010.
- Los Reyes Elementary School was the first school in the CPS Energy Service area to receive the New Construction Rebate. The rebate paid $31,909.
- Braun Station Elementary School has the first LED parking lot lights in the District installed.
- Martin ES and Warren HS are the first schools in a San Antonio school District to receive Energy Star Certification.
- Zachry Middle School had two new chillers installed in 2013. They are the first magnetic bearing chillers installed in the District. Due to their energy efficiency the District received a $97,500 rebated from CPS.
- Northside ISD joins CPS Energy’s Automated Demand Response Pilot Program. The three schools participating are Locke Hill ES, Briscoe MS, and Brandeis HS.