Schools in Sandusky, Ohio, stand to reap an estimated $50,000 in savings on electricity costs this year after joining forces with about 50 other Ohio school districts to buy cheaper electricity. SchoolPool, a new electricity-buying coalition of schools across Ohio, is taking advantage of the state's deregulated electric power market, which went into effect Jan. 1.

The pool will be joined with a similar coalition of 125 school districts in western Pennsylvania, creating the biggest education-related buying pool


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