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Liaison Katherine Spector
Submission Date Aug. 1, 2011
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State University of New York at Oswego
PAE-5: Climate Plan

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired John Moore
Director of Facilities Construction and Sustainability
Facilities
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Does the institution have a plan to mitigate its greenhouse gas emissions that meets the criteria for this credit?:
Yes

A brief summary of the climate plan’s long-term goals:

1. Construct/invest in large turbine wind energy
2. Construct cogeneration system
3. Implement lake source geothermal system if feasible
4. Continue implementation of new high efficiency buildings with geothermal heat pumps
5. Continue renovation of existing buildings with geothermal heat pumps, increased insulation, high
efficiency lighting, etc.
6. Investigate feasibility of solar photovoltaic and thermal hot water heating and if cost effective,
implement.
7. Continue developing wind energy
8. Revisit Transportation Demand Management Plan and implement


A brief summary of the climate plan’s short-term goals:

1. Demand controlled ventilation systems for academic buildings
2. Start a program for replacement of standard efficiency motors with premium efficiency motors
3. Replacements of fluorescent light bulbs with higher efficiency light bulbs
4. Install lighting occupancy sensors in buildings
5. Replacement of shower heads in dorms with low flow fixtures
6. Roof replacements with additional insulation on three buildings
7. Continue new construction efforts with geothermal heat pumps
8. Renovation of three existing buildings with geothermal heat pumps, increased insulation, high
efficiency lighting, etc.
9. Investigate strategies for wind power cogeneration and involve community leaders for possible
shared facilities
10. Investigate strategies for cogeneration
11. Investigate strategies for lake source geothermal cogeneration and involve community leaders for
possible shared facilities
12. Implement Transportation Demand Management Plan with regional involvement


Year the climate plan was formally adopted or approved:
2009

The website URL where information about the climate plan is available:

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