District Leaders Exchange Ideas On Ways to Trim Energy Costs
AASA 'summit' tackles a hot topic for schools.
In school districts’ fight to manage their energy costs, no coffee maker is safe. And neither are microwave ovens and air purifiers.
Cracking down on those small but energy-inefficient devices was just one of many suggestions about 50 superintendents and other district officials heard during a recent “energy summit” sponsored by the American Association of School Administrators.
The two-day gathering that began Oct. 23 was the first “hot topic” seminar sponsored by the Arlington, Va-based AASA. It featured a more freewheeling format than the association’s larger conferences, which typically bring together hundreds...
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