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Thanks to state fund, five Drexel buildings get energy retrofits

Elise Vider at Keystone Edge, an online publication focused on Pennsylvania’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, describes campus science buildings as “the modern version of the shoemaker’s children without any shoes.”  Even though campus science buildings are the largest energy consumers on campus, they’re often overlooked – just like the shoemaker’s barefoot children.

Vider highlights Joyce Ferris’s insight into the energy costs of science building ventilation.  Ferris describes science buildings as “the largest energy users on campus.”  Blue Hill co-developed and managed funding from the Campus Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) for energy retrofits at five science buildings at Drexel University.  Read more.

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