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Friday, July 1, 2011

CCG Energy Solutions Honored at the North Royalton Board of Education Meeting

CCG Energy Solutions was honored by the North Royalton City Schools at the July 11th Board of Education meeting. Along with a certificate of appreciation, CCG is was recognized by the Ohio School Boards Association’s (OSBA) 2011 Business Honor Roll program for its strong support of the North Royalton City Schools. This program, in its first year, gives school districts a way to show their appreciation to local businesses and recognize them for their valuable contributions to the schools.

After installing lighting upgrades, building automation expansions, classroom HVAC upgrades and heating plant upgrades in North Royalton High School, CCG saved the school $88,618 in annual energy savings as well as making a positive impact on the environment by preventing an estimated 479,715 lbs. of Carbon Dioxide from being released into the atmosphere.

CCG Energy Solutions’ sister company, CCG Automation, was recognized earlier this year by the OSBA Business Honor Roll as well.



About OSBA
The Ohio School Boards Association began in 1955 after four regional associations banded together to coordinate activities. Today, OSBA is composed of 718 school boards. Their 3,395 elected board members represent Ohio’s local, city, exempted village, career center and educational service center districts. OSBA staff members are experts in many areas of school operations and state education policy and are a major support to Ohio’s school boards.