Our goal is to save 10 million kilowatt-hours of energy.
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 117,000 TREES*
Taking over 1,500 CARS off the road for an entire year*
Conserving the electricity from over 1,200 HOMES for an entire year*
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.