Monday, August 15, 2011

New York Schools Cut Their Energy Bills

With shrinking financial resources and increasing need, schools all over the nation have been forced to look at other ways to save money.  One big way has been to reduce energy waste in schools previously infamous for being energy wasters.  Simple things such as turning off lights in empty rooms to things as big as replacing old boilers have been a great boon to help schools save a significant amount of money that could be better used to educate our kids.

Read more about the energy savings in New York area schools over at The New York Times.

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