USGBC and Sen. Clinton Offer Energy Saving Solutions for Schools Via Upcoming Webinar Series

If you're as interested in seeing our schools cutting energy costs and their total carbon footprint as Sen. Clinton and the United States Green Building Council are then there's no doubt you'll want to get involved with their upcoming series of webinars aimed to help schools across the country get a better idea of just how valuable some simple investments in green infrastructure can be.

Of course, a sneak TH preview of just what's in store for those who participate is right after the fold
As they're set to feature a wide range of solutions, ranging from the "no cost" like controlling classroom thermostats and putting someone in charge of the common areas to "low cost" like coming up with a vacation energy shutdown plan and installing 365 day time clocks for outside lighting.

With the next scheduled event coming up on Wednesday, December 3, 2008 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm EST and titled "Top 10 Low-Cost Ways to Lower Your School's Utility Bills" to be followed on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm EST with their "Top 10 Investments to Lower Your School's Utility Bills".

To register head on over to www.usgbc.org/webinars and find out more great ways that you can get involved making our nations schools a greener place to learn.

Via: USGBC
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