Higher Education

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Chiller solution answers eciency and capacity needs, while adhering to budget requirements; results in energy savings and a $16,000 utility company rebate.

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University of Maine Farmington

Biomass hot water heating plant outperforms first-year expectations; replaces 390,000 gallons of heating oil; decreases carbon emissions by 4,000 tons per year; improves system reliability and reduces maintenance costs; supports local economy.

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Alamo Colleges District

Design build thermal energy storage project results in significant energy savings, reduced utility rates, and $150,000 in annual demand response rebates for three college campuses; cooperative procurement helps deliver project on time and on budget.

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Kansas State University Alumni Center

Building automation system upgrade and energy management services reduce operational costs; improve comfort, air quality and system functionality; result in energy savings of more than 18 percent.

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Hill College

Chartered under the name of Hillsboro Junior College, Hill College was the first junior college in the state of Texas, enrolling its first students in 1923. Today, the college provides high quality comprehensive educational programs and services to enhance the educational, cultural, and economic development of students and the community. The college’s Cleburne extension includes six buildings and has more than 1,000 students enrolled in day and night classes.

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