(Seattle, WA) Seattle Public Schools has received nearly $3.8 million in grants from the Washington state Department of Commerce to help fund energy-efficiency projects at 21 schools. The SPS grant awards, announced August 11 by Gov. Chris Gregoire and the state Commerce Department, were part of a grant award totaling almost $17 million to 29 public education institutions statewide.

(Seattle, WA) Seattle Public Schools has received nearly $3.8 million in grants from the Washington state Department of Commerce to help fund energy-efficiency projects at 21 schools. The SPS grant awards, announced August 11 by Gov. Chris Gregoire and the state Commerce Department, were part of a grant award totaling almost $17 million to 29 public education institutions statewide.

The awards include :
$1,030,360 for replacing heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and boilers in six schools (out of a total cost of $3,733,800). Those schools are: Arbor Heights, Decatur/Thornton Creek, Graham Hill, Green Lake, Northgate and Schmitz Park elementary schools.

$749,000 for replacing HVAC systems and controls and to retrofit lighting at Green Lake Elementary School and Ballard High School. (Total cost: $2,445,249)

$565,800 for replacing HVAC systems/controls and lighting retrofits at Madrona and Pathfinder K-8 schools (Total cost: $2,043,300)

$513,300 for replacing HVAC system, controls and retrofitting lighting at Viewlands Elementary School. (Total cost $2,043,300)

$496,565 for replacing HVAC system and controls and lighting retrofits at Lawton Elementary School. (Total cost $2,178,425)

$457,629 for replacing HVAC system and controls and retrofitting lighting at Hawthorne Elementary School.

$45,530 for retrofitting lighting in eight school gymnasiums (total cost: $183,530). Those schools are: Whitman, Eckstein, McClure, Meany, Aki Kurose, Mercer and Washington middle schools and Hay Elementary School.

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