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Energy and Engineering

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Energy and Engineering

The Energy and Engineering (E&E) team has three primary functions:

  • 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.

E&E's mission supports AU's Climate Commitment and goal to become carbon neutral by the year 2020.

E&E is a highly diverse and technical group comprised of five distinct functional teams:

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

Energy News

December 2016
Welcome New Staff
Facilities management welcomes two new staff members

You Need to Measure to Manage
Submetering offers detailed information on how energy is being used

December 2015
Understanding Building Use and Occupancy to Conserve Tons of Energy
Energy & Engineering dives deeper to develop energy conservation strategies.

June 2015
AU Students Demonstrate Their 'Power 2 Save' Energy in City-Wide Competition

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Real-time energy usage online dashboard

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