“For the Escondido Union High School District, it started as a way to save money on its monthly bills. Yet, in so doing, the district has embarked on a broader plan to transition toward using more solar power as part of its energy portfolio.
The current iteration of that effort is being led Mark Cavassa, who serves as the energy specialist for the district. It’s a job he has held since the 2013-2014 school year. Cavassa, formerly a teacher at San Pasqual High School, said his job entails mentoring district employees in smart day-to-day energy consumption practices, as well as monitoring day-to-day grid-level consumption practices for district schools.”
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