College Station, TX — Centrix Energy Partners, a leading energy solutions provider, is pleased to announce Vice President Zach Christensen’s participation at the upcoming Texas Energy Managers Association (TEMA) Connect conference. The “Where Energy and Facility Challenges Find Solutions”
conference will occur from April 30 to May 2, 2024, at the Texas A&M University Hotel in College Station, TX.

Zach Christensen, an esteemed industry energy expert, will present “Reinvesting in Our Educational Built-Environment Through Energy Savings” at the TEMA conference. The presentation aims to address the challenges educational districts face due to funding shortages and facility constraints, which hinder their
ability to provide a safe and conducive learning environment.

Education districts nationwide are grappling with financial limitations that impact their capacity to meet capital needs. Centrix Energy Partners recognizes the urgency of finding alternative funding sources and procurement vehicles to overcome these challenges. By identifying the obstacles and implementing
innovative solutions, districts can ensure the efficient delivery of education while maintaining a sustainable financial outlook. 

During the presentation, Zach Christensen will explore strategies that consider the tight budgets prevalent in schools. These strategies consider the uncertain economic and legislative landscape, allowing districts to move forward confidently. By outsourcing expertise and transferring risk to turnkey providers, districts can optimize their resources and achieve more with less.

The TEMA conference offers an ideal platform for industry professionals to come together and share insights on addressing facility and funding challenges in the education sector. Centrix Energy Partners encourages all conference attendees to join Zach Christensen’s presentation and be part of the conversation that will shape the future of educational facilities.

TEMA Connect 2004 Event Details:

 

– Conference: Texas Energy Managers Association (TEMA) Conference
– Conference Title: Where Energy and Facility Challenges Find Solutions
– Date: April 30, 2024 – May 2, 2024
– Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
– Venue: Texas A&M University Hotel, 177 Joe Routt Boulevard, College Station, TX 77840
– Zach’s Presentation: “Reinvesting in Our Educational Built-Environment Through Energy Saving”
May 1, 24 9:00 AM – 9:50 AM by Zach Christensen, VP Centrix Energy Partners

To learn more about the TEMA conference and register for the event, please visit the official website:
TEMA Conference Registration
(https://web.cvent.com/event/5a5fd06d-ad23-4761-8454-654a25362344/summary)

About Centrix Energy Partners:

Centrix Energy Partners is a leading energy solutions provider helping educational districts overcome facility and funding challenges. They offer simple solutions for improving energy efficiency. Centrix Energy Partners is a national, privately held network of energy efficiency experts that designs, develops, finances, and
implements customized energy efficiency upgrades for its clients. By offering innovative energy solutions and expertise, Centrix Energy Partners enables districts to create safe and sustainable learning environments. With a focus on energy savings, Centrix Energy Partners empowers districts to reinvest in their educational built environment.

Contact:

Alan Wozniak, CEC, CIEC, CIAQP
Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)
Centrix Energy Partners
727-252-9533
alanw@centrix-energy.com
www.centrix-energy.com

About Centrix-Energy Partners:

Centrix Energy Partners is a national, privately held network of energy efficiency experts that designs, develops, finances, and implements customized energy efficiency upgrades for its clients.

We accomplish this through our best-in-class network of implementation companies that provide unparalleled customer service to the communities that we serve.  Our regional partners are local self-starters committed to helping

their customers succeed and are supported logistically and financially by the parent company, Centrix Energy Partners