Ten projects were awarded grants on 7 campuses and 3 state agency facilities. Each pilot project will provide details of its results as the projects are implemented. In addition, 5 campuses were provided funds to install electric submeters in various facilities.
FY09 Leading by Example Pilot Projects:
|Air sealing and Insulation; Boiler Controls; Building Energy Audit||Department of Conservation & Recreation - Waquoit Bay Reserve||Energy Efficiency and Tracking|
|Two small PV systems; Steam Pipe Insulation; Lighting Retrofit||Department of Correction||Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency|
|Bio-Digester for Dining Hall - Food Waste Composting||Bridgewater State College||Waste Reduction and Management|
|Fixture Upgrades: Low Flow Urinals||Bunker Hill Community College||Water Conservation|
|Recessed Lighting LED Retrofit||Fitchburg State College||Energy Efficiency|
|Super-Efficient Hand Dryer Installations||Quinsigimond Community College||Paper Reduction and Energy Efficiency|
|Building Energy Dashboard and Kiosk||UMass-Amherst||Energy Tracking and Education|
|LED Sidewalk and Corridor Lighting Retrofit||Westfield State College||Energy Efficiency|
|Phase 1 Campus Building Energy Audit; Water Fixture Upgrades: Showers, Toilets, Urinals||Worcester State College|
Energy Benchmarking and Water Conservation
|Elevator Damper and Radiator Control Valves||Soldiers Home-Holyoke|
FY09 LBE Sub-metering at Public Higher Education Campuses:
|Cape Cod Community College||Campus - All Buildings||Electric|
|Holyoke Community College||Five Load Centers||Electric|
|Mass College of Art & Design||Six Buildings||Electric|
|Salem State College||Nine Meters||Electric/CO2|
This information is provided by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Leading by Example Program
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