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Community Unit School District 200, Wheaton, IL

Guaranteed Energy Savings Projects - Phases 1-8


Contract (Phases 1-8)


Utility Incentives


Annual Guaranteed Energy and Operational Savings (Phases 1-8)

Project Description

Community Unit School District serves nearly 14,000 students in Wheaton, Warrenville, Carol Stream, Winfield and West Chicago, Illinois, in a 25-square mile area. There are 20 school buildings comprising the campus. Performance Services was hired to implement a guaranteed energy savings project in three project phases to improve indoor air quality and replace failing equipment. Phase 1 began in 2013, and Phase 8 was completed in the fall of 2019.


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"It is worth noting that with any good partnership, the quality of the people who work with you is vital. From the sales team to the engineers to project management staff, Performance Services has a team of quality individuals who are knowledgeable and professional."

William R. Farley

Assistant Superintendent for Business Services


  • Installed fan powered relief, high-efficiency boilers, domestic hot water heaters, variable speed frequency drive replacement, and VAV conversion
  • Conversion to dual temperature heating/cooling system
  • Vertical air handling units in classrooms
  • Central plant digital control system
  • High-efficiency lighting


  • Phase I: $53,927
  • Phase II: $24,047
  • Phase III: $31,924
  • Phase IV-VIII: $11,429

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