University submetering, energy efficiency, and sustainability is about collaboration. Northwestern, Stein Sustainability, and utiliVisor prove the model.
NJIT is an example of how top universities are taking a collaborative approach to energy management and sustainability.
Texas Tech’s leaders recognized the need for detailed monitoring and engineering oversight to achieve fully optimized energy solutions - and it paid off.
The standardization and simplification of the recharge process optimized operational time and created visibility that had not existed before and freed up operational time.
What if an energy sub-metering service could streamline your approach to campus energy management and make your financial reporting easier and more accurate?
Northwestern University has awarded a contract for submetering and monthly recharge process to utiliVisor for the purpose of increasing efficiency.
With TD Industries' energy monitoring system, utiliVisor's expert engineers analyze data to create an efficient operating strategy for 50 buildings.
Through continual energy monitoring and chiller plant optimization, Texas Tech has been able to save over $200,000 thanks to increased energy efficiency.
By implementing ongoing utility management services, TWU was able to significantly reduce energy consumption and costs, even in the coldest months.
A leader in healthcare and an environmentally conscious campus, Hackensack University wanted the best in energy efficiency services.