North Carolina State University has completed an 11 megawatt combined heat and power, or cogeneration, facility that is expected to generate $4.3 million of energy savings in the first year of operation. The recently-completed renovation of Cates Utility Plant on campus increases the facility’s efficiency by roughly 35 percent. It is also expected to reduce […]
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Solar Pavilion Grand Opening on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 5:30 p.m.
View the new video from the Energy Fellows Outreach team.
NC State avoided close to 1,500 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions during the winter holiday break.
Matt Shipman – News Services Reposted with permission. Demonstrating its role as an area leader in promoting new technologies, North Carolina State University has installed the first Level 2 charging station for electric vehicles in Raleigh. The station is available free for public use, though those who use the station will be asked to sign […]
Interactive tool shows utility distribution on Raleigh campus.
Do you have an ultra-low freezer that needs replacing? Energy Management can help.
Sustainability grew by leaps and bounds in 2011!
Jack Colby and John Bell interviews now available!
2010-2011 Annual Sustainability Report Released.