|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||July 29, 2011|
Arizona State University
Tier2-5: Energy Management System
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University Sustainability Practices
Does the institution use a centralized energy management system that allows it to track energy consumption and performance in multiple buildings in a central location?:
A brief description of the management system:
In 2004 the University instituted a dedicated Energy Information System designed to track the energy usage across the Tempe campus. This system was designed to track the electrical, chilled water and heating of each building and display the data in a meaningful format. Over the years, the system has grown to track over 90 buildings on the Tempe campus with hopes of continuing its growth in the years to come.
The University also uses dedicated BAS systems at each of its campuses to further monitor and control Building Control systems from a centralized location. These systems monitor and maintain comfortable yet sustainable room temperatures and living conditions.
The website URL where information about the institution's use of the technology is available:
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