Nashua Telegraph: Simple Equation: Less Energy, Less Cost

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 18. Jul, 2011 | No Comments

GraniteGeek fans like numbers, and here’s one that fans who live in Nashua will really like: $7,670,201.51. That is not my salary (alas) – it’s the amount of money that the city school district has not spent over the past decade on electricity, natural gas and water, thanks to an low-tech efficiency program. And I […]

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