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|Submission Date||June 13, 2016|
The University of Texas at Dallas
OP-16: Life Cycle Cost Analysis
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Energy Conservation and Sustainability Manager
Does the the institution employ Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) as a matter of policy and practice when evaluating energy and water-using products and systems?:
Does the institution employ LCCA as a matter of policy and practice across the operations of the entire institution (i.e. all divisions)?:
A brief description of the LCCA policy(ies) and practice(s):
Facilities Management, as a practice, considers the life cycle of various products prior to purchasing. For example, as LED lighting is replacing more inefficient lights, the life span of the LED is considered versus the cost of the more inefficient lights. Life cycle cost analysis is also used to evaluate energy and water conservation measures in all new construction.
The website URL where information about the institution’s LCCA policies and practices is available:
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