The Spectrum: Energy Program Saves Schools Money

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 09. Nov, 2011 | No Comments

ST. GEORGE – A comprehensive energy conservation program is well on its way to saving local schools $1 million in its first year. The two-man “green team” of Rob Parr and Curtis Cozzens, energy education specialists for the Washington County School District, have spent the past year evaluating boiler rooms, climbing rooftops, scouring utility bills […]

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