AISD Saves $587K on Energy Costs

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 05. Nov, 2012 | No Comments

Authored By Ethan Fowler Since an energy conservation management program started in December 2011, the Abilene Independent School District has saved $587,901 in utility costs. Figures are through August, but the district expects savings to increase to $860,000 in the first year, the AISD board of trustees was told at Monday’s regular meeting. When the […]

Oakley Press: District honored for energy excellence

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 13. Aug, 2012 | No Comments

August 2, 2012: by Samie Hartley Thepress.Net The lights and computers are on once again at the Oakley Union Elementary School District’s seven schools, but don’t expect the lights to be on more than necessary. The district was recently honored for its commitment to energy-saving practices by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The district […] Board of Education approves levy resolution, millage

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 17. Jun, 2012 | No Comments

By Mariana Silva Stow — The Stow-Munroe Falls Board of Education took one more step toward putting a renewal levy on the November ballot during the June 11 Board meeting. If approved by voters this November, the 10-year, 7.84-mill renewal will cost the owner of a $100,000 home about $240 a year, according to the […]

HighLand Park News: Positive Energy Management

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 10. May, 2012 | No Comments

The comprehensive energy management program that North Shore School District 112 implemented 18 months ago continues to help the district save money and positively impact the environment. From December, 2010 through January, 2012, the latest period that savings have been calculated, the district reduced its energy costs by more than $450,000, and reduced its carbon […]

FW Daily News: District energy program saving more than money

Posted by in Energy Education Client News on 27. Apr, 2012 | No Comments

By Valerie Caviglia Friday, April 27, 2012 The head custodians from each of Northwest Allen County Schools’ 11 buildings have put into action the energy saving practices that have so far saved the district $1.9 million. Front row, pictured from left: Shaugn Shultz, Eel River Elementary; Neal Kronmiller, Arcola Elementary; Assistant Head Custodian Bert Baker, […]

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