Energy and Engineering

Solar Panels on the Roof of Mary Graydon Center

Energy and Engineering

The Energy and Engineering (E&E) unit was formed in September of 2011 to ensure three primary goals and to support AU's Climate Commitment to become carbon-neutral by the year 2020.

  • Operate and maintain safe and reliable utility services for campus facilities
  • Drive the University towards intelligent and sustainable energy usage
  • Promote awareness of engineering requirements and decision making based on facility life cycle costs

Energy and Engineering is a highly diverse and technical team over 30 employees strong. Within Energy and Engineering there are four distinct functional teams.

In line with our goal to promote engineering requirements and life-cycle cost decision making, the E&E team oversees the University Design and Construction Standards Committee.

AU Design and Construction Standards - 03 24 2014 (PDF)

Real-Time Energy Use

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