K-12 school districts in the U.S. spend $6 billion annually on energy. That’s more than they spend on computers and textbooks combined.
By unplugging energy vampires like computers and TVs when they’re not in use, a school can save over $1,000 a year.
Energy vampires are electronic devices that suck energy whenever they're plugged in, even if they're turned off.
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