Schools can pay for building retrofits by leveraging utility cost savings. Facility managers and Energy Service Companies can go over the Paid-From-Savings Guide to Green Existing Buildings which will outline specific tactics schools can use to become LEED certified.
Launched in Sept. 2008, the “50 For 50” green schools caucus initiative, with the support of the U.S. Green Building Council, assists in the construction of green schools caucuses in every state legislature in the U.S.
I think that the federal government should give some grants or offer more creative ways of financing for schools that are trying to become LEED certified.
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