- Published: Wednesday, 07 March 2018 18:16
- Written by Good Energy
The University of Maryland’s goal of reducing campus-wide energy consumption recently received a big boost with $18.3 million from the Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) as part of a performance agreement. The university’s energy-efficiency project includes eight buildings, such as J.M. Patterson Hall and Hornbake Library, and aims to reduce campus energy consumption by 6 percent.