MIT is improving the energy performance of buildings on campus

by Jim Butler February 18, 2010

MIT, like many universities and colleges, is improving the energy efficiency of its buildings. The MIT Energy Initiative recently published an article about energy efficiency improvements in which Cimetrics participated:

"In the Building 68 pilot project, the pay-off has been significant. In the current fiscal year, more than $3.1 million of the building’s $4.5 million operating expense has been for steam, chilled water, and electricity. Based on the first three months of monitoring, annual savings from changes in Building 68 alone are projected to top $360,000."

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