The purpose of this project was to design an energy reduction program for residence hall laundry facilities. The project group worked to set the framework for such a program, including planning methods for collecting baseline data and monitoring program progress.
Humboldt State University spends almost $3 million annually on energy to serve over 7000 students, staff and faculty. Energy efficient lighting upgrades are the most easily attainable and cost-effective objectives for reducing energy consumption on campus.
The goal of this analysis is to provide HSU's Plant Operations Department with a concise analysis of feasible options for off-setting the energy currently being purchased from PG&E at HSU's Natural HIstory Museum.
Project helps the Redwood Coast Energy Athority (RCEA) with development of an informational guide available to the public in an effort to improve resources for those wanting to become more energy efficient and reduce overall consumption.
Brief look into methods to improve energy education in local schools, with particular attention to grades k-8. Document contains discussions of energy education importance and suggested strategies to improve local educational efforts in such areas.