Canal Winchester Local Schools receives $25,000 lighting rebate from South Central Power
July 26, 2019
Canal Winchester Local Schools recently completed phase one of a lighting upgrade at Canal Winchester High School. New LED lighting in these facilities will lower Canal Winchester schools’ energy consumption, and made the school system eligible for a $25,000 lighting rebate from South Central Power.
“We are proud to partner with Canal Winchester Schools to improve the energy efficiency of their facilities and put more money to work for students.” said Kyle Heavrin, director of energy services and key accounts for South Central Power.
“We are very excited and thankful to receive the $25,000 rebate,” said James Sotlar, superintendent of Canal Winchester Local Schools. “We have a great partnership with South Central Power, and we look forward to working with them in the future. Energy consumption is a large cost to the district so anytime we can upgrade and save on energy cost is a win-win for everyone.”
Canal Winchester Local School District operates four schools in the City of Canal Winchester, and serves more than 3,900 students in both Franklin and Fairfield counties.