Energy Management Strategy Helps Stanford University Cut Costs While Achieving Sustainable Goals

By August 10, 2020 August 11th, 2020 Case Study

In 2014, Stanford University embarked on a transformative journey to redefine how they would meet the future energy needs of the campus. A decision was made to decommission an onsite cogeneration facility which had historically provided all the heating and cooling needs of the university. Moving forward, Stanford planned to leverage California’s Direct Access program and competitive choice to implement a new energy management strategy.

Consistent with the University’s Energy and Climate Plan, Stanford was very interested in making renewable energy a cornerstone of its go-forward strategy. Energy Edge was engaged to work with the energy stakeholders within Stanford to develop a comprehensive, long-term energy management strategy.

To learn more about the steps Energy Edge took to help Stanford develop and implement their new energy management strategy, click on the link below.

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