State / Regional Agencies

  • Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin, WI Department of Public Instruction 
  • Massachusetts Facilities Administrators Association (MFAA)
  • Montana SMART Schools Program, MT State Energy Office
  • Weber Morgan Health Department, Ogden, UT
  • Missouri Green Ribbon Schools, MO
  • Redwood Coast Energy Authority
  • U.S. Green Building Council - Missouri Gateway Chapter
  • Chelan Douglas Health District
  • Georgia State Energy Office (GEFA) 
  • City of Ventura Green Schools Program
  • NorthEast Washington ESD 101
  • CPS Energy
  • Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
  • City of Carbondale Government
  • Madison School District
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
  • Virginia Dept. of Energy
  • Eversource
  • Washington State Department of Health

Industry Organization or Nonprofit

  • Indoor Air Hygiene Institute
  • Massachusetts Facilities Administrators Association 
  • NEMI
  • SMART Local 66
  • New Buildings Institute 
  • The Pollution Detectives
  • 21st Century School Fund
  • National Association of Energy Service Companies
  • Indoor Air Care Advocates
  • The Green Schools Alliance
  • Center for Green Schools at USGBC
  • Women for a Healthy Environment
  • Virginia Energy Efficiency Council
  • New Jersey Education Association
  • UndauntedK12
  • Sustainable Marin Schools
  • Couillard Solar Foundations
  • International Living Future Institute
  • Indoor Air Care Advocates
  • Hayward Score
  • Energy Association of Iowa Schools
  • Coalition for Smarter Buildings
  • Green Schools Rock
  • Resource Central - Renew our Schools
  • Sierra Club Utah Chapter
  • Generation180

Early Education / PTA

  • Flance Early Learning Center 
  • John Muir Elementary PTA 
  • Whittier Elementary School
  • Crandall Student Council
  • Climate Parents of Prince George’s

Research / Academia 

  • Built Environment Research Group, Illinois Tech
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program


*By enabling and publishing these supporter lists, the Efficient and Healthy Schools Program is not endorsing, sponsoring, or otherwise evaluating the qualifications of the individuals and organizations that are self-identifying themselves for placement on our supporter list.


The Efficient and Healthy Schools Program is led by the U.S. Department of Energy with organizing partners: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) with technical support from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and New Buildings Institute. Through the program and other efforts, the U.S. Department of Energy seeks to enable equitable access to energy resources and opportunities for K-12 schools. 


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