Cutting energy costs

06/04/2001
Over the past year, in-state natural gas supply concerns have taken center stage in California, and rolling blackouts have become the norm rather than the exception. Most Californians have been hit hard in the pocketbook by high energy bills and are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption.In order to conserve energy, students from East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program/Technical Center (ESGVROP/TC) in West Covina, Calif., have decided to take action to reduce their school's energy usage through the Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) Green Schools program. In its own words, the ASE is a "coalition of business, government, environmental, and consumer leaders who p...
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