Times – Herald: Lights Out, Savings On For Schools in Vallejo

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 30. Aug, 2011 | No Comments

Green Efforts Save District $1Million – Plus Written By: Lanz Christian Banes Denise Brogan-Whitford leaves darkness in her wake as she walks through the halls and classrooms of Vallejo schools. But that’s exactly what’s supposed to happen. After nearly two years of making sure the lights are dimmed and air conditioning units turned off, Brogan-Whitford […]

NY Times: With Post-Its and Checklists, Schools Cut Their Energy Bills

Posted by in Energy Education News/Press Releases on 17. Aug, 2011 | No Comments

Simple yellow Post-it notes with the message “When not in use, turn off the juice,” pointedly left on classroom computers, printers and air-conditioners, have helped the Mount Sinai School District on Long Island save $350,000 annually on utility bills. Energy consumption in New York City’s 1,245 school buildings is down roughly 11 percent since 2008, […]

Tulsa World: Energy Education Saves Schools Millions

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 02. Aug, 2011 | No Comments

Written By: Kim Archer Tulsa-area school districts have saved millions of dollars over the years through energy conservation, and many credit the efforts with saving jobs and programs that otherwise would fall victim to state budget cuts. “Every dollar we can keep and not throw at a utility company makes me a happy camper,” said […]


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