Schools try to save money on energy

Hoping to cool its rising energy costs, Las Virgenes Unified School District approved a contract last week with a Texas-based energy management firm that promises to save LVUSD hundreds of thousands of dollars in electricity bills.
Energy Education, Inc. advises schools nationwide on ways to turn off the lights and adjusting the thermostat––without compromising education.
LVUSD will pay the firm $200,000 a year for four years, but owes nothing unless the energy savings ar...

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