Non-Profit Private School Saves $20,000 per year with zero capital outlay.

Lights failed. Buzzy fluorescents annoyed. Metal halides in the gym took forever to warm up and strained the utility bills. And for better safety, Millwood School in Midlothian, Virginia, needed brighter and more reliable outdoor fixtures.

But a complete campus upgrade to LED seemed out of reach. “I don’t have $80,000 to spend on lights in one year,” Head of School Chris Ryan says. But then he connected with Chris Rawlings of Veteran LED.

Millwood discovered that it could cut its monthly energy bills, freeing up cash. On top of that, Veteran LED financed the project and helped find an $18,000 rebate from Dominion Energy. Millwood was cash flow positive in month one.

How did things turn out? Watch the story of how it all came together — and how Millwood is poised to save $100,000 over the next five years.

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