Energy Management


The Energy Management Department provides a safe and comfortable learning environment that supports the high quality educational needs of the students and staff, while conserving our natural resources.

About Us

Energy Management is dedicated to supporting the educational process while at the same time being good stewards of the tax payer’s money. Air conditioning and lighting represent 60-70% of the District’s electricity expenditure. This totals upwards of $8,500,000.00 annually. We process an average of 10,000 scheduling requests through SchoolDude every month and well into the hundreds of requests from the Energy Management e-mail. Each schedule request can require up to 15 different schedules in both the air conditioning and lighting automation systems.

One primary goal of the Energy Management Department is to ensure all buildings are operated in a comparable manner, and only used to the degree necessary. This is done by managing the automation systems through creating and entering the most detailed scheduling capable or "micro" scheduling the energy management systems. This ensures a comfortable learning environment and reduces as much waste as possible. This waste includes not running air conditioning for empty or near empty building areas. This helps save money as it reduces   electricity consumption and peak demand charges, and reduces excessive wear and tear on the air conditioning plant equipment.


Jay Bonham
Energy Manager
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Cindy Dodds
Energy Systems Coordinator
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Leah Spurlock
Energy Systems Coordinator
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Sonia Desouza
Secretary/Energy Management
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Physical Address
Cypress-Fairbanks Maintenance Center
11430 Perry Road
Houston, TX 77064

Phone: 281-517-6024
Fax: 281-897-3806

Physical Address

11430 Perry Road
Houston, TX   77064
281-897-3806 (fax)

Utility Consumption

Utility Costs

Electric Usage



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