University Business (UB) and Schneider Electric partnered to survey approximately 200 higher education leaders, including CBO, CFO, VP of Finance and Administration, and VP of Facilities, from around the country. This survey explores how colleges and universities are approaching funding and implementation of campus modernization and energy infrastructure projects.
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