Consumers Energy’s Energy Efficiency Program recently announced that Michigan K-12 Public Schools have achieved an historic high level of energy efficiency (which translates to reduced energy bills), as well as an historically high payout of rebates for energy efficiency projects.
Program records show that from January 2018 to December 2020, Michigan’s school districts have completed 1,541 Energy Efficiency Projects and received over $8,914,527 in rebates.
School districts looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption can contact Mark Bates, Consumers Energy’s Business Energy Advisor. He supports school districts with project walk throughs, system design, BMS system optimization and rebate application preparation.
For more information on the Consumers Energy Efficiency Incentives Program, visit https://www.consumersenergy.com/business/energy-efficiency/rebates-and-programs or contact Mark at 517-220-8800.
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