While California's energy blackouts have drawn the most media attention in the past year, school districts across the country are facing the reality of rising energy costs. Their costs are rising on all fronts, from per-kilowatt increases in electricity (coupled with an increased need for electricity to operate a growing array of electronic equipment), to higher bus fuel costs, to rising heating and cooling expenses.

Traditionally, schools have not been efficient users of energy. The

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