A strategic approach to energy management can reduce your energy costs by 35%

The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has completed energy efficiency projects in 123 major campus buildings. These include: installation of more energy-conserving lights and equipment, tune-ups of mechanical systems, and installation of higher-efficiency motors, direct-digital control points for automated systems, and variable air volume boxes, as appropriate. The result of these energy efficiency projects is a savings on utility costs of $9.7 million annually.

“Our staff has been very committed to pushing forward with hundreds of energy conservation measures that not only make good business sense, but also strengthen our environmental stewardship commitment,”; says Hank Baier, associate vice president for facilities and operations.”