Lincoln Consolidated School District reported it has saved more than $380,000 in energy expenses this year.
That’s nearly 30 percent according to Bob Grosshans, the district’s energy education specialist.
Lincoln launched its energy program three years ago with help of Energy Education, a Texas-based energy consulting company. In the district’s three years with the program it is estimated the cumulative greenhouse gas reduction is equivalent to 1,035 passenger cars not driven for one year and 147,466 tree seedlings grown for 10 years.
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