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Welcome to the Energy Conservation Program

"Every Dollar Saved on Energy is a Dollar Saved for Education"

Monthly Energy Tip

*Spring Energy Tips

In addition to the tips mentioned below, <a href="/node/904911" originalAttribute="href" originalPath="/node/904911" originalAttribute="href" originalPath="/node/904911">check out this infographic</a> for more ways to lower your energy bills this spring. | Infographic by Sarah Gerrity, Energy Department.

     

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

You can save money on your electric bill just by properly utilizing the coverings on your windows this winter. Leave your blinds open during the day to take advantage of the sun’s heat. At night, close your blinds to prevent heat loss and give your hard-working furnace a break.

 

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Environmental Impact
Environmental impact from Nov 2011- May 2016  
•109,775 MMBTUs Energy Reduction      A 40.3 percent savings totaling 3,763,201.00 dollars

This is equivalent to one of the following:
•3,901 cars not driven for 1 year

•480,079 tree seedlings planted

•18,723 greenhouse gas reduction (metric tons) CO2

Contact Information

Arthur Van Blarcum

Energy Manager

avanblarcum@camden.k12.ga.us

912-576-2900  Extension 7106

Recognition

Camden County Schools is an
ENERGY STAR PARTNER

Educational Materials

The following energy websites help to educate students at all levels:

Energy Hog

Energy STAR kids

Water Sense
Teach and Learn

Energy Kids

Current Weather
Georgia Rankings

 TOP 10 Cenergistic Clients in Georgia

                CLIENT                       PERFORMANCE        AMOUNT     PERCENT        

                                                       MONTHS                SAVED        SAVED                                          28 total clients in Georgia

         ¨Screven County Schools         78 months        $2,033,135        42%  

¨Stephens County Schools      183 months        $6,114,970       41%

¨Camden County Schools       54 months       $3,763,201       40%  

¨Coffee County Schools            80 months        $4,639,233       39%  

 -Carroll County Schools          67 months         $8,945,685        39%  

¨Elbert County Schools            154 months        $4,143,502       38%  
¨Meriwether County Schools     67 months        $1,994,336        37%  
¨Cook County Schools              47 months           $852,204        34%  
¨Hall County School System    181 months      $20,349,291        34%  
¨Troup County Schools              47 months       $4,290,698        33%