University of Minnesota: One of the Nation’s Largest Public Universities Saves 90% on Energy with LED

University of Minnesota Case Study

The University of Minnesota’s (U of M) Twin Cities campus is home to more than 51,000 students. To address energy consumption and usage in its expansive facility, U of M developed the “It All Adds Up” program to find new and innovative ways to bring low-emission and renewable energy sources to its campuses.

When assessing its energy usage across campus, the University identified its illuminated stairwells as a potential savings opportunity. At the time, many of the stairwells were fully illuminated 24 hours per day throughout 120 buildings across campus.

 

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