School district aims to save money by saving energy

“If it invests around $5.4 million to replace aging air conditioners with new units, switch out lightbulbs for energy-efficient LEDs and make other changes, Oxnard Union High School District could trim $250,000 a year off its utility bills, officials said.

But the district doesn’t have the $5 million it needs to pay for those energy upgrades.

That’s why OUHSD officials are seeking a share of $550 million available annually from Proposition 39 to fund energyefficiency projects at K-12 school districts that apply.”

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