Ashdown Schools receive $63k for lighting upgrades

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Pictured left to right: Ashdown Schools Superintendent Casey Nichols, Ashdown Schools Board Member Rosa Bowman, Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Greg Perkins and Clear Energy Director of Business Development Josh Meyer

Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Greg Perkins last week presented Ashdown Schools with a $63,046.60 check for participating in the Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Program. The school district completed a large lighting retrofit project to qualify for the incentive. Continue reading “Ashdown Schools receive $63k for lighting upgrades”

Bright lights and savings ahead for Hallsville ISD

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Senior Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Mike Nix, Hallsville ISD Superintendent Jeff Collum and Hallsville ISD Director of Maintenance Ben Avedikian

We were happy to present Hallsville ISD with $2,177.50 in incentives for installing LEDs and for replacing an AC condenser. The school district qualified for the monetary incentives after completing a lighting retrofit project and replacing an air conditioning condenser. Continue reading “Bright lights and savings ahead for Hallsville ISD”

Brighter lights, lower bills for LifeShare Blood Center

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Left to right: LifeShare Blood Center President and CEO Chad Douglas, LifeShare Blood Center Director of Property and Fleet Jorge Garcia and Princ. Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Jeff Thigpen

Princ. Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coodinator Jeff Thigpen presented LifeShare Blood Center with $20,482.71 for participating in the Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Program.

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That’s a wrap!

We asked, and you answered! Thanks to the more than 17,000 customers who took our Energy Efficiency Survey over the last month.

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Turn Tricks Into Treats By Spooking Energy Vampires

Lurking inside your home are monsters! You can’t see them. They won’t harm you. But, they will haunt your SWEPCO bill.  Continue reading “Turn Tricks Into Treats By Spooking Energy Vampires”

Pine Tree ISD receives over $100k from SWEPCO for energy-saving upgrades

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Left to right: Pine Tree ISD Assistant Superintendent of Facilities and Planning Tony Hollins, School Board Members Secretary Jim Cerrato; Dr. Melanie Roudkovski; Superintendent Steve Clugston; Vice President Anthony Tanner; Dr. Kerri Daugbjerg; Adam Graves, SWEPCO’s Mike Nix and George LePoris of CLEAResult. Photo by Chelsea Franklin

SWEPCO on Monday awarded Pine Tree ISD School Board with $110,392.25 in incentives for two energy-saving projects made within the district.

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City of Bossier receives $35k in incentives from SWEPCO for energy efficiency upgrades at Civic Center

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Pictured left to right: Bossier Civic Center Superintendent of Building Maintenance Louie Thompson, SWEPCO’s Principal Energy Efficiency and Consumer Program Coordinator Jeff Thigpen, SWEPCO’s External Affairs Manager Michael Corbin, Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker and Bossier Civic Center Executive Director Kathy Davis 

The Bossier Civic Center, located at 620 Benton Road, now features high-efficiency light-emitting diode (LED) lights both inside and outside the facility.

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