greeNEWit’s 50th Energy Education Presentation & Earth Day Efforts

COLUMBIA, MD, April 25, 2016 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Educators and students worldwide celebrate Earth Week with classroom activities, experiments, and investigations exploring how our world works — and those at Cedar Grove Elementary School in Germantown, Maryland tapped the wealth of knowledge of greeNEWit’s energy experts available through the OUR Schools Program.

With special presentations tailored to Earth Week, the event at Cedar Grove Elementary on April 18th was particularly special, marking the 50th OUR School’s presentation. Students went home buzzing with excitement as they left the entertaining display of acrobatics, skits, and live music that is an OUR Schools Presentation. Energy experts from greeNEWit delivered a fun and educational assembly that emphasizes the critical importance of STEM with regards to our environmental sustainability challenges. A corporate social responsibility of leading sustainability firm greeNEWit—an organization founded to make communities more resilient, sustainable, and economically prosperous—OUR Schools has helped 25,000 families save $30,000, 117,000 kWh of energy, and 1.5M gallons of water annually.

But they certainly have not done it alone. greeNEWit partners with a myriad of leaders in their respective fields in an effort to educate our future generations and foster stewards of sustainability. greeNEWit partners with Minnick’s HVAC, MAEOE, Howard County Public Schools, Columbia Association, and more.

To continue the Earth Week celebration, greeNEWit welcomes the community to join an open outdoor town hall forum and celebration of sustainability at Columbia City Center, Lake Kittamaqundi Pavilion on April 22, 2016 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. greeNEWit employees will also sponsor and be available to answer any sustainability questions at the Tiny Home Exhibit on the Proof is Possible Tour.

greeNEWit is joining and supporting home performance guru Corbett Lunsford and his wife Grace as they take their message of Proof is Possible on the road. TINY LAB will be open for tours from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening, starting April 20, 2016. TINY LAB is at Whole Foods, located at 10275 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, Maryland 21044.

If you’d like to join in the Earth Day celebration with greeNEWit, contact Sarah Frye at 866-994-7639.

To learn how greeNEWit can help you save energy and money, visit or call our office at 866.994.7639.
About greeNEWit
greeNEWit’s mission is to develop real estate that produces power and grows food. Our belief is that this will make communities more resilient, sustainable, and economically prosperous. By working with residential, multifamily, and commercial real estate, greeNEWit has an expansive perspective on how end energy consumers understand, interact, and engage with their energy profile. With clients that include some of the most successful developers and managers of student, military, and multi-family housing, greeNEWit is a tech-enabled service business in the growing clean-tech space. Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, greeNEWit is expanding nationwide. For more information, visit:

Contact-Details: Sarah Frye

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