Fulton County Schools’ nationally recognized efforts to become more green and efficient in its energy recently netted it a $28,170 rebate check from Georgia Power for the installation of energy efficient equipment in two new high schools. That current recognition is on the heels of two major awards received this year by the school system for strategically managing and improving the energy efficiency of its entire building portfolio. The U.S. Green Building Council’s Georgia chapter recently recognized the district for Leadership in Energy Efficiency for a School System after being impressed with Fulton’s current performance rating that reflects a 16%...

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