Energy-saving starts with good practice

School children at Roland Park Elementary and Middle School's environmental club in Baltimore, Maryland, recently received a firsthand lesson on energy-saving practices from a conservation specialist.

After the school invested in a second-generation Eniscope from Enigin aimed at helping it cut down on electricity wastage, experts from the company explained to the children how individuals' efforts can help in saving energy.

Using examples of machines that had been left on in the school's computer lab, the experts showed the middle school children that such practices resulted in hours of wasted energy and money.

However, some of the children were aware of the fact that "one does not have to spend a fortune on high-tech gadgets, renewable energy and high-efficiency appliances to make a big difference", the company discovered.

With the help of the new energy-saving product from Enigin, the school will be able to carry out real-time monitoring and logging of its power usage, which will enable it to identify what areas are incurring waste and allow it to make corrections.ADNFCR-2541-ID-19290644-ADNFCR

Saturday 8th August 2009

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