External Awards: Becoming a Leader in Energy Management
Broadcast Date: May 11, 2011
This webinar explains how recognizing school district energy management program achievements helps sustain momentum and support for the program, establishes a sense of pride for district administrators, faculty, staff and students who dedicate their time, effort and energy to the program, and helps validate the program's goals.
Representatives from Kenton County Public Schools discuss how they have applied for and achieved external recognition for their energy management programs - from Energy Star, partnership programs, businesses and other organizations. Representatives from Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools (KGHS) share information about the KGHS awards program as well as the annual KGHS Summit.
KEEPS representatives provide information about the three awards available through the KEEPS Awards and Recognition Program, which recognizes school districts that reach certain milestones through the seven-step energy management process.
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KEEPS Awards and Recognition Program
- Recognizing Achievements through the KEEPS Awards and Recognition Program presented by Kimberly Joseph, Regional Coordinator, KEEPS.
- Duration Time: 7 minutes, 40 seconds.
Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools Awards Program and Achieving External Recognition
- Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools Awards Program presented by Merin Roseman, Coordinator, Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools.
- Achieving External Recognition presented by Chris Baker, Energy Systems Coordinator, Kenton County Public Schools.
- Duration Time: 28 minutes, 26 seconds.