Michigan district looks to hire energy consultant

Aug. 21, 2007
Northville district wants to trim gas, electric and water bills.

The Northville (Mich.) school district is nearing a deal with an outside consultant to save money on rising energy costs. The district plans to pay Dallas-based Energy Education Inc. $15,100 per month for four years to trim natural gas, electric and water bills.

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