Using federal stimulus funds for capital energy improvements can pay off with big dividends in the end

5 ways to use stimulus funds for long-term success


Using federal stimulus funds for capital energy improvements can pay off with big dividends in the end


According to the U.S. Education Department, energy costs are the second biggest expense for K-12 schools after salaries, with districts spending nearly $8 billion on those costs annually. Given the massive influx of stimulus funds coming to districts, they have an enormous opportunity to target the infusion toward their energy usage. In addition to upgrading aging facilities, energy investments offer cost savings that can help fund future priorities

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