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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