Campus Energy Efficiency Projects
The Energy Office designs, manages, and implements increased efficiency
measures across campus including retrofits and upgrades for non capital improvements.
Contact the Energy Manager if you have ideas for improving your space by increasing
The involvement of the Energy Office in building design and review
is becoming increasingly important as the University works towards the Presidential
climate commitment and faces the realities of increasing energy costs. In addition
to developing the University standards for meters, the office advocates building at
the University with Energy Conservation as a primary design criteria.
Incentive and Rebate Assistance
The Energy Office is responsible for taking advantage of various
rebate and incentive programs associated with constructing efficiently.
Renewable Energy Purchasing
Why buy clean renewable energy? Because by purchasing from sources
such as windpower, you avoid supporting the production of harmful byproducts of coal-generated
GHG tons: 1,126,208.35