Track My School

The goal of the My Energy Kit Challenge is to save 10 million kilowatt-hours of energy. But what does saving 10 million kilowatt-hours mean?

A kilowatt-hour, or kWh, is a measurement of energy that describes the electricity used (1,000 watts) over a length of time (one hour).

In other words, 10 million kilowatt-hours is a LOT of energy!

Saving that amount of energy is equivalent to:

Planting over 115,000 TREES

*Source: epa.gov

Taking nearly 1,500 CARS off the road for an entire year

*Source: epa.gov

Conserving the electricity from over 800 HOMES for an entire year*

*Source: epa.gov

Request the kits. Save energy.

See the difference YOUR school is making.

Here you can see your school’s current number of Energy Kit requests and how much energy has been saved as a result, measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). Numbers are updated by Friday of each week.

Once you see your school’s numbers, use the calculator slide below to translate those saved kWh into real-world energy equivalencies.

To see how your school and schools nearby are doing, enter your school’s ZIP code:




Drag the slider to see the resources your school saved.
Number of Energy Kits
Kilowatt-Hours Saved