Northwestern School Corporation, NativeEnergy, and Performance Services (PSI) have announced the successful installation of a 900-kilowatt (kW) windmill at Northwestern High School in Kokomo, Indiana. The turbine is one of three turbines currently in the process of installation on Indiana school campuses by NativeEnergy and PSI. The other two turbines are located in Francesville and Morocco, Indiana. In each instance, the school district owns the wind turbine and takes advantage of the net metering incentive offered by the local electric utility to realize cost savings on the district's energy bill.
NativeEnergy's Help Build program allows outside purchasers of carbon credits to direct their purchase revenues to the support of future carbon saving projects. Purchasers of NativeEnergy's Help Build Carbon Offsets include CLIF Bar, Ben & Jerry's, AVEDA, and REVERB.
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October 19 Event Celebrates School Wind Energy Projects, Built With Carbon Funding From CLIF Bar, AVEDA, Ben & Jerry's, And REVERB