Western Kentucky University already was spending money on projects to reduce energy use. So when the university learned it could receive additional incentives through the Tennessee Valley Authority, it was an added bonus. On Monday, WKU received a check from TVA for more than $106,000, money that will be plowed back into the energy savings program on campus, according to WKU President Gary Ransdell.
TVA Supports WKU's Energy Saving Program
By Robyn L. Minor, Bowling Green Daily News • Jun 28, 2011