Hopkins Public Schools gets $76,983 check from Consumers Energy
Hopkins Public Schools recently received a $76,983 incentive rebate check from Consumers Energy, as part of the utility's energy efficiency program.
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#1 Dec 1, 2012
The $76K is an incentive that the utility pays customers to help them with the initial cost of installing energy efficient measures. This is a one time payment. The school will save $50K annually due to installing energy efficient equipement.
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