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