Freed-Hardeman University Names Energy Education Specialist
Freed-Hardeman University has announced an addition to its staff. Molly Plyler serves as an Energy Education Specialist to implement FHU's new energy conservation program through Energy Education, Inc.
Plyler received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in agribusiness and a minor in biology from FHU in 2001. She earned her M.Ed. from FHU in 2006.
Plyler will be responsible for the overall implementation of the energy program and promoting it throughout FHU. She will develop the energy management system for the purpose of reduced energy consumption. Plyler will ensure that all energy resources are properly managed and make regular energy audits of all buildings on campus.
The energy program is a long-term program guaranteed by Energy Education to reduce FHU’s energy consumption. The program is behavior-based and encourages students, faculty and staff to conserve energy.
Energy Education is a national leader in energy conservation through behavioral and organizational change. In 26 years, the company has worked with more than 1,200 educational and ministerial organizations, helping clients save more than $2.8 billion in utility costs.