Universities & Colleges
Opportunities to improve the future
31% of total energy use in typical college or university classroom buildings goes to lighting. 28% accounts for heating. With U.S. colleges and universities spending an average of $1.10 per square foot on electricity, those systems are great places to start saving money.
An increasing number of colleges and universities are making the commitment to promote sustainability on campus. The REV Campus Challenge provides the support, resources, and recognition necessary to meet your school’s financial, environmental, academic, and community goals through clean energy solutions. Kick start your efforts by taking advantage of the opportunities the REV Campus challenge offers to advance clean energy on your campus
Go to the head-of-the-class with energy efficiency
Teach by example
New York State has clean energy training programs for a range of skill sets — from entry-level workers joining the renewable energy, energy efficiency, and emerging technology sectors to seasoned professionals looking to sharpen their technical skills and move up the career ladder.