Have you ever wandered around a college campus? Night and day, massive amounts of energy are required to keep a university running. In fact, Energy Star estimates that educational institutions spend on average, $14 billion on energy per year, and guess what — 30-percent of that energy goes to waste due to inefficiencies!

By integrating a power monitoring system by Electro Industries, we can help you significantly minimize energy waste, reduce your carbon footprint, AND lower your power bills.

Read on to learn more about how our products can help your university:

Identify and Address Inefficiencies

Our products provide key insights into your campus’ energy consumption habits. Facility engineers and financial managers will be able to work together to identify just how energy is being used and eliminate any inefficiencies. Some common problem areas across colleges include:

  • Cafeterias
  • Common Areas
  • Retail Stores
  • Science and Computer Labs
  • Student Housing

Qualify for Government Funding

Is your university committed to the environment? Do you want to potentially qualify for more government funding? By installing one of our power monitoring systems, you have a better chance of being named a  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building.

Spread Awareness

By taking steps to become a green campus through energy conservation, you’ll be raising awareness both on-campus and within the community. This can further help you reduce energy consumption, as students, staff, administrators, and campus-visitors jump on board with your goals and become more conscious of their bad habits. This could help you save an additional 15-percent.

Still not convinced? Check out this University of Buffalo case study to learn more about the practical application of our products.

Electro Industries has been a worldwide manufacturer of power monitoring systems for over 40 years. We’ve helped colleges and universities across the globe reduce energy consumption, operating costs, and their carbon footprint. Contact us today at 866-928-7908 for more information.