Journal Gazette: NACS Spends To Save Energy

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 16. Jun, 2009 | Comments Off

The Northwest Allen County Schools board voted Monday to approve a contract that could save the district $400,000 in energy costs each year. The four-year contract with Education Energy would cost the district $198,000 a year for four years, but the company predicts the district’s energy savings will far outweigh the annual fee. Education Energy […]

The Sentinel: Energy-Saving Program Passes NACS Board

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 16. Jun, 2009 | Comments Off

Energy Education has saved SACS $3.5M in seven years.   Northwest Allen County Schools is adding nearly $200,000 to its budget for the next four years in order to save money in the long term. The board approved an energy-saving program Monday night called Energy Education, which claims it will save the district what the […]

Times Record News: Sparkman Announces Resignation

Posted by in Energy Education News/Press Releases on 13. Jun, 2009 | Comments Off

The announcement that 78th District Judge Roy Sparkman plans to resign from the office as of July 5 took many in Wichita County by surprise Friday. Sparkman, who has served as 78th District Judge since Dec. 1, 2000, announced Friday he had sent a letter of resignation to Gov. Rick Perry. Perry will appoint the […]

Housatonic Times: NM Schools Find Funds, Save Jobs

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 12. Jun, 2009 | Comments Off

The New Milford Board of Education was able to restore some positions that had been targeted for elimination after identifying savings in, among other areas, medical insurance and electricity costs as it made a $1,069,246 adjustment in its budget for the fiscal year that starts next month.  “One of the challenges we face in New […]

KSL.com: Saving Energy Is Saving Teachers’ Jobs

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 12. Jun, 2009 | Comments Off

SALT LAKE CITY — Teachers and educators heading home for the summer are being asked to unplug everything. It could end up saving their jobs. Chargers, pencil sharpeners, computers, lights, mini-fridges and boilers — leaving them on can add up, and this is a time of tight budgets. Salt Lake School District executive director of […]


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