Colleges and universities are facing a new reality in campus operations and energy infrastructure. As demands evolve, it’s changing the definition of how campuses must grow and perform. However, deferred maintenance backlogs, aging facilities, and declining enrollment are making adequate funding difficult to muster to move mission-critical infrastructure modernization projects forward.
Higher Ed Hits Its Tipping Point on Mission-Critical Infrastructure Modernization
With mounting backlogs of deferred maintenance, declining enrollment, need to grow to meet demands and facility expansion requirements, Higher Ed has hit a tipping point on modernization.
White Paper: Business models for campus and energy initiatives shifting
This survey explores how colleges and universities are approaching funding and implementation of campus modernization and energy infrastructure projects.
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Energy-as-a-Service Explained: A Conversation with AlphaStruxure
Through energy-as-a-service (EaaS), energy and financing experts join forces to help organizations gain more control over their energy supply, costs, and efficiencies.
The Power of Public-Private Partnerships for Energy & Infrastructure
New business models are emerging for implementing impactful energy infrastructure modernization projects, with operational and financial risk shifting to partners.
Creating Healthy Buildings: A Roadmap for Cities, Counties and Schools
Learn about the benefits of healthy building design, technologies that enable it and where to begin on building your roadmap.
Why Energy P3, Why Now?
Watch this video to learn how schools across the nation are driving progress on key energy initiatives, using a tried and true method in a completely new way.
University of North Alabama Finds Innovative Solution to Modernize Facilities
University of North Alabama's $17 million capital recovery and reinvestment project will reduce campus energy costs by 20 percent by 2020.
Schneider Electric and Texas A&M International University
Learn how one university is giving students a real-life experience as they work to solve the global problems and become equipped for future opportunities after graduation.
Resilience Re-Imagined: Montgomery County Uses Microgrid Technology to Weather the Storm
When weather-induced incidences put a quarter of a million people in Montgomery County, Maryland without power, energy project manager, Michael Yambrach, turned to microgrids.