HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) -- A program designed to fight summer learning loss for 11th and 12th graders by pairing them with local businesses could give the City of Holland a better chance at winning the Georgetown University Energy Prize. At a breakfast meeting this morning, the teens unveiled their campaign and BPW General Manager Dave Koster likes it.
Five teens were teamed up with the BPW.
The teens investigated the “Lower My Bill” program and thought of a way to market it. They created a short film to show how the home energy analysis happens. The City of Holland could win $5-million for creating the most innovative way to save energy and to develop a community culture of sustainability.
Story by: Diane E Coston