The ability to collect real time data from a variety of building automation systems and metering devices, and to integrate that data to provide detailed, campus-wide energy demand and consumption indicators, has been critical to the University of Minnesota's energy efficiency success and its continued progress towards carbon neutrality.
How one University Plans to Achieve Zero-Net-Carbon by 2050
Posted: 13 May 2013
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