Energy Summit 2017 - Working Groups

Campus‐Based Energy Efficiency: Energy Managers
Charged with identifying, pursuing, and achieving measurable energy reductions and cost savings across our diverse campus environments

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High Performance Campus Design: Design & Construction/Campus Architects
Charged with envisioning and executing plans for designing the campuses of the future that are both energy efficient and environmentally friendly while promoting and inspiring our core purpose, higher education

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Academic Integration: Sustainability Directors + Academic Leader
Charged with elevating the importance of integrating energy savings and sustainability into existing curriculum and research activities

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Transportation‐Oriented Opportunities: Transportation Managers
Charged with reducing the energy usage and environmental footprint in all university‐related travel including transportation, transit, and alternative fuel sources


Finance, Regulatory, and Energy Generation: Senior Facility Officers & State Energy Office
Charged with strategically evaluating the emerging finance and regulatory issues and opportunities associated with achieving energy and cost savings.  This group is also charged with identifying emerging models and methods of traditional and renewable energy generation

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Zero Waste/Waste Reduction: Waste Reduction, Recycling, and Zero Waste Professionals
Charged with elevating the importance of sustainable purchasing decisions and waste reduction efforts 

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