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OSU Energy Management Program Tops $80 Million in Total Savings

Essentially, OSU Energy Management was started a little over 14 years ago with the goal of reducing the university’s utility bills,” Johnson said. “Saving costs while providing the best facilities is our goal. We want to make sure we’re providing a world-class education to our students. Oftentimes, the more comfortable our buildings are, the more efficient they are.

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Hazlet Township Public Schools Conservation Program Earns Energy Stewardship Recognition

HAZLET, NJ — At the July 26, Hazlet Township Public School Board Meeting, the District was formally recognized for Energy Stewardship. The recognition received was from Cenergistic, a national energy conservation company that has partnered with over 1,500 educational, municipal government and healthcare organizations, since 1986, saving nearly $6 billion in utility savings and cost avoidance.

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Cherokee County Schools Chalks Up Two Million Dollars in Energy Savings

CENTRE, AL — Faculty and staff for Cherokee County Schools have chalked up more than two million bucks worth of energy-saving behavior. Their energy-efficient changes have achieved significant savings — and those good habits were celebrated at a recent Board of Education meeting. Board members and administrators recognized net savings of more than two million dollars at the July 20 board meeting.

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Iona College Energy Program Cuts Consumption 28 Percent in One Year

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — Now a year and a half into an energy conservation partnership with Cenergistic, a national sustainability company, Iona College has cut energy consumption over 28 percent and has received major recognition from multiple sources.

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Pasadena ISD Energy Program Cuts Consumption 25 Percent

PASADENA, Texas — Two years after forming an energy conservation partnership with Cenergistic, a national sustainability company, Pasadena Independent School District (PISD) has cut energy consumption by a fourth and ensured students have healthier classrooms for the return to in-person learning.