7950 S. Co. Rd 25A, Tipp City, OH 45371

For the Community

Energy costs are second to only personnel costs as the top draw on K-12 budgets. By implementing an energy savings project, up to 25% of the energy costs in a school can be saved. Not only do these savings benefit the school, they also benefit the community.

  • Jobs are created within the community
  • Materials can be purchased from local suppliers
  • Manufacturing of lighting and HVAC equipment is increased
  • Reduced costs for school districts mean they can operate with less money
  • Operating with less money means schools would not have to collect as much money in taxes
  • Paying less in taxes for the American taxpayer means more money in the local taxpayer’s pockets

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