K-12 Education

Indirect impact activites as are as important as direct install measuresare in achieving efficiency gains. These include energy and efficiency education, energy assessments, training, and certificaiton activities. Many program administrators find conservation education and outreach to be a cost-effective means to achieving energy savings. Some programs have comprehensive school education programs. Examples of K-12 education programs include:

  • Direct student education (provides indirect outreach to parents)
  • Teacher training and lesson plans: an effective means to reach a wider swath of students
  • Fun and effective elementary school education programs, including energy efficiency kits
  • Educational materials, distributed to local schools
  • Theater enactments to make learn fun and memorable

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