Case Study: Securing Funding for School Energy Efficiency

Charter Schools Case Study

Schools face increasing costs to light, heat and cool buildings. But it can be time-consuming, complex and outside the core mission of educators to secure federal or state funds for energy-efficiency upgrades and ensure the work achieves the deep energy savings desired.

Center for Sustainable Energy assessed Southern California charter schools to determine energy-efficiency potential, secured state funding for upgrades, and measured and verified the results. The schools are saving energy and money while providing a better classroom environment for teachers and students.

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Charter School Case Study