Which school will win green jackpot?
Get your scissors ready to start collecting tokens for our Generation Green scheme.
Monday sees the launch of the British Gas education programme, which is offering a school in Leicestershire or Rutland a £135,000 eco-makeover.
The scheme is designed to help schools and communities save energy, to educate the next generation about how everyone can reduce their impact on the environment and to inspire youngsters to become energy innovators.
More than 12,000 schools are signed up to Generation Green, which also provides them with free teaching resources and educational experiences.
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Between Monday and December 1, tokens will appear every day in the Mercury. Readers need to use the tokens to vote for a school.
The school with the most votes wins the £135,000, plus a free consultation to help it to spend the cash.
If a small school wins and cannot spend all the money, it could be split between two schools.
Individuals, businesses and community buildings like schools are coming under increasing pressure from rising fuel bills and more ambitious emissions targets.
Through Generation Green, British Gas is aiming to help Britain's schools and communities manage tight budgets by controlling their energy usage.
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