Implementation Model: Tying Energy Costs to Building Occupants

The goal was “to cost-effectively deliver a program that actively manages and engages the campus community in reducing energy use, and saves $2 million in annual energy costs.

The Energy Management Initiative has saved 58.7 million kWh, 893 thousand therms and $6.5 million in the three years since its implementation, relative to the program’s fiscal year 2010/11 baseline. This is equivalent to a 22% drop in energy use intensity over the same period. The campus now has a method in place to help benchmark energy performance in its buildings and by operating unit, as well as a framework to enable individuals and OUs to contribute to energy efficiency.”

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