Temple University

Campus Modernization Continuous Efficiency

Temple University completed a multi-phase, three-year energy efficiency project that modernized their campuses, enhanced learning environments, and delivered high-impact utility and environmental savings.

Temple University used TEN’s Continuous Efficiency approach to customize and sequence a multiple phase energy efficiency program. TEN provided project design, planning, construction, and commissioning expertise. TEN also managed the project’s highly-competitive vendorneutral procurement process.

Temple University

Phase 1

New control systems that delivered Continuous Automated Commissioning. Energy efficiency measures (lighting, insulation, etc.) in 12 buildings and two parking lots.

Phase 2

Upgraded to HVAC systems, sub-metering and optimization software, extension of energy efficiency measures (variable speed drives, lighting, new hot water supplemental heating system) to multiple additional facilities.

Phase 3

Continuing campus-wide energy efficiency and sustainability measures, including major systems modernization/upgrades.

Projected Annual Sustainability Savings

  • 7,312 tons CO2 reductions

  • 20,300,000 kWh electricity

  • 88,600 MMBTU fuel

  • Over $700,000 in utility rebates received

By the numbers


Phase I Project Budget


Phase II Project Budget


Phase III Project Budget


Phase 1 Projected Annual Energy Savings


Phase II Projected Annual Energy Savings


Phase III Projected Annual Energy Savings

1501 Reedsdale St, Ste 401
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
800 North 3rd Street, Ste 203
Harrisburg, PA 17102
600 Germantown Pike, Ste 400
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462



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