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First Choice Power Classroom Energy Innovation Grant Applications Due Sept. 15


IRVING, Texas, Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ — First Choice Power is accepting online applications for First Choice Power Classroom Energy Innovation Grants until Sept. 15. First Choice Power will award grants to inventive teachers across Texas for original projects that stimulate and inspire young minds to discuss energy and energy-efficiency in the classroom.

“Teachers positively impact their students every year,” said Brian Hayduk, president of First Choice Power. “Energy is a growing issue, and today’s students are the key to its future. Classroom Energy Innovation Grants are one way we are doing our part to help support innovative learning.”

It’s simple to apply!

— Applications must be submitted online by the deadline, Sept. 15, to be considered for grants.

— Full-time Texas K-12 teachers and pre-K teachers with an early childhood license in communities served by First Choice Power are eligible.

— The application must include a project description, objectives, budget and evaluation.

For more information on applying for a First Choice Power Classroom Energy Innovation Grant, visit The 2009 First Choice Power Classroom Innovation Energy Grant applications are available online and due Sept. 15.

“First Choice Power provides grants, resources and information to help Texans be more energy-efficient,” Hayduk said. “It’s good for you; it’s good for the environment; and it’s good for Texas.”

First Choice Power provides Reduce Your Use energy-saving tips to help Texans stay cool – and save energy. Visit for no- and low-cost ways to save energy in every room and appliance this summer.

About First Choice Power

Based in Las Colinas, Texas, First Choice Power is one of Texas’ largest retail electric providers. It is a subsidiary of PNM Resources, an investor-owned energy holding company. For more information, visit or follow us at

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SOURCE First Choice Power

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