Posts Tagged ‘Energy’

NC State celebrates energy milestone

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‚Äôs efficiency by roughly 35 percent. It is also expected to reduce […]

Solar Pavilion Grand Opening

Solar Pavilion Grand Opening on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 5:30 p.m.

Be an Energy Leader

View the new video from the Energy Fellows Outreach team.

2011 Holiday Energy Initiative

NC State avoided close to 1,500 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions during the winter holiday break.

Charging Ahead: NC State Provides Free Charging Station For Electric Vehicles

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 […]

Combined Heat and Power Web Tool Launched!

Interactive tool shows utility distribution on Raleigh campus.

Ultra-Low Freezer Rebate Program Launched!

Do you have an ultra-low freezer that needs replacing? Energy Management can help.

2011: The Year of Sustainability?

Sustainability grew by leaps and bounds in 2011!

First S.E.E. NC State Video Podcast Released!

Jack Colby and John Bell interviews now available!

Sustainability? It’s Everywhere!

2010-2011 Annual Sustainability Report Released.

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