Broken Arrow Public Schools said it’s saving the district millions of dollars, simply by conserving energy each year.
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.
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.
NEW JERSEY — In two years of a sustainability partnership with Cenergistic, a nationwide energy conservation company, Berkeley Heights Public Schools (BHPS) the School District of the Chathams (SDOC) each cut districtwide energy use more than 20 percent.
DUBUQUE, Iowa — A little over a year after it went into effect, a Dubuque Community School District program meant to decrease energy usage has proven beneficial.
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.
ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Rochester public school district has gotten an Environmental Excellence Award for reducing its carbon emissions through energy conservation.
Alpine School District: Utility Savings Can Fund Financial Emergencies As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted K-12 learning and budgets nationwide, most districts had to make tough
MACON, Ga. — The Bibb County School District says it has cut energy use by 32% over the last two years.
SAN ANGELO, Texas — With energy use across all schools down 38 percent compared to 2014 levels, San Angelo ISD received the Chairman’s Sustainability Award from Cenergistic, a national conservation company on Monday, January 11, 2021.