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Greene County Schools
Energy Conservation Program
Solar Array at Chuckey-Doak High School
Solar Array at Chuckey-Doak High School

 

Greene County Schools
Energy Conservation  Program
Steve Tipton, Energy Specialist
tiptons@greenek12.org

 

Conserving for tomorrow's education
The Greene County Board of Education made a commitment in June 2012 to embrace energy conservation by implementing an Energy Conservation Policy. This policy recognizes that energy conservation is a shared responsibility of the School Board, administrators, faculty, staff, and students. A cooperative conservation effort is expected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars per year that will free up resources to educate our children.

Environmental Impact of Conservation Program
June 2012 through August 2014
3,446 -   Metric tons of CO2 not released into atmosphere
722 -      Number of cars removed from the road for 1 year
88,875 - Number of trees planted and grown for 10 years

Monthly Energy Consumption Trend
Monthly Trend of Energy Consumption in Millions of BTUs

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