Deploying advanced energy efficiency solutions can help cut overall energy costs for residence halls and university housing at an US-based University, a news source can reveal.
The University of Arkansas could achieve a 5 percent reduction by the end of December in the overall annual electrical usage in University Housing compared to last year’s total usage.
The energy reduction comes after two residence halls were renovated over the summer.
Renovations to buildings such as replacing older lighting, plumbing and windows can reduce emissions by reducing the energy consumption of the building, said Jeff Siebler, project and program specialist for utility operations and maintenance.
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