Reports and Program Tracking
The Energy Manager will track improvements and the program savings over time. The Energy Audit report will be available to the public via the Wagoner County official website. The website will begin posting information upon this strategy's approval with the first energy report will be made public by July 31st, 2012.
The internet will be a key tool for tracking this project. Wagoner County has a publically viewable website and will make the plan and energy audit report available for viewing online.
Energy performance for each County-owned facility will be available as the data is posted on the website and will continue to be updated as the projects move forward. Key metrics such as energy savings, cost savings per sq. ft., and dollars saved since 2006 will be highlighted from among the other metrics as approved by the Board of County Commissioners. All plans and activities are subject to the Board of County Commissioner oversight and approval before and after being vetted through the Energy Manager.
Wagoner County has created a "Saving Your Dollars" page on our County website that lists all project announcements, reports, studies, energy audits, goals, public hearings and events.
The program will ultimately be managed by the Wagoner County Board of Commissioners with over-site by the Energy Manager. Wagoner County will sustain employment of the current employee base to create this program. Wagoner County may, after realizing the sustained cost savings this program generates, employ a new administrative assistant who would, as their duties, administer this program and produce the semi-annual report for the Energy Manager's review.
A semi-annual energy audit report will be generated during the life of this program.
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