Category Archives: Energy

Merton Teams Up With UEA On Eco School Project

United Kingdom – Merton Council has partnered up with the University of East Anglia to launch a new project to improve energy efficiency across a number of schools in the borough. This pioneering project, called ‘Green School Giving: A London Schools Carbon Initiative’, will raise sponsorship from the private sector to fund school energy reduction

Lots of Money to Make California Schools Greener

California invests to make schools green

During the fall campaign, California’s attention was focused on the presidential race and Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax measure. But in a historic, largely overlooked environmental shift, the state’s voters also triggered a multibillion-dollar tidal wave of new green spending. By overwhelmingly passing Proposition 39, voters closed a tax loophole on out-of-state corporations that will generate

School Committee Meeting on Solar panels

Belmont, MA – At the Nov. 20 meeting, the School Committee moved that the School Department enter into negotiations with Broadway Electric of Boston for the installation of solar electric generating panels on the roof of the Wellington Elementary School. Co-chair of the Energy Committee, Roger Colton, gave a presentation on solar panel installation at

Oregon Schools in Energy Civil War

Pitted against each other, the University of Oregon and Oregon State University campuses are swept up in the euphoria of the poignant Civil War football game. Beyond the competition, groups from both campuses have continued with cooperative efforts during a time where both schools remain steeped in anticipation of this rivalry game. Benefiting students’ wellness