All Otsego Public Schools buildings are certified Energy Star buildings thanks to the district's commitment to energy efficiency. The district enrolled in an energy program in 2005 to manage and use energy efficiently to provide the district with energy savings, cost avoidance and to help the environment. The cost avoidance is a way to put money back into the classroom and our students. Since it's inception, the cost savings to the district is more than $2.4 million. To see the latest energy reports, click on the links below.
These energy reports show what the district would have paid if the program was not in place, the actual utility costs, the cost avoidance savings and the cost avoidance percentage. A 20% cost avoidance is considered good and 30% or higher is considered excellent.
Darin Price, Energy Manager