- How to make your buildings more productive & healthier
- Statistics that illustrate the effects of lighting, air quality and temperature on your built environment
- Examples of successful school projects
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With our students spending more of their time indoors than outside, it is critical to address the effects a built environment can have on their capacity to concentrate and learn.
Aging structures and outdated equipment can adversely affect the health of students and staff, typically leading to increased absenteeism and lower engagement.
Download the free ENGIE ebook ‘The Healthy Classroom: Transforming schools into healthier, more productive spaces’ to understand how lighting quality, indoor air quality and thermal comfort can either contribute to or take away from the mission of educating our nation’s future leaders.
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With a mission to take on the major energy challenges of transitioning to a low-carbon economy, ENGIE manages a range of energy businesses across 70 countries that deliver solutions for energy efficiency, renewable generation, energy infrastructure, and asset monetization. From electricity generation and central heating plant management, to battery capabilities and microgrids, ENGIE provides the services that help customers run their facilities more efficiently, optimize energy use, and minimize expense.
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