Introducing the BTU Crew Energy Efficiency Program
Do you know what consumes energy? And what the greatest contributor to global warming is?
Sixty percent of all energy is used in buildings like the school or community building where your Girl Scout troop meets. And energy from lights, windows and heating and air conditioning that you’re currently using is the single greatest contributor to global warming!
Your troop can make a difference now!
Over the course of six lessons, your troop will learn about energy – what energy really is, how to conserve it, careers and ways to take action. You will be given the opportunity to discover more about energy, connect with the environment and take action to preserve precious resources.
These lessons are designed to be easy-to-use and adaptable to the needs of your group. You can pick and choose what’s reasonable to complete and what your girls will get the most out of.
How it works
As a leading global provider of indoor comfort systems and services, Trane feels a social responsibility to educate children and their parents on the benefits of being energy efficient.
If you are interested in running the program with your troop, please contact Krista Danos (firstname.lastname@example.org, 504-733-6789) Trane’s local coordinator for the BTU Crew. Krista will be able to provide you with hard copies of the student and leader guides – free of charge – and potentially connect you with an employee in your area that is interested in working with you through the lessons, in particular, the careers and energy audit portion.
Once you complete the lessons, you can send a copy of the audit results and the completed evaluation form to Krista, who will provide you with the patches for your troop!