A bid to champion greener living - Sheffield University case study

Tags: energy | savings | carbon footprint | cultural change

A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration.

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As part of its continued bid to champion greener living, the University of Sheffield entered into a strategic partnership agreement with the global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric. The performance-based agreement will deliver guaranteed annual savings and release capital for investments that will lower energy consumption, slash the University´s carbon footprint, and deliver an enhanced working environment for staff and students.

On the other scale, Royal Northern College of Music have implemented various projects in order to move the College into a more energy efficient venue – including cultural change and best estate management practices. This session will show you how these novel approaches have worked.


Phil Riley, Energy Manager (Sheffield University) and Dean Griffiths, Estates Services Manager (Royal Northern College of Music)

(This session is supported by Schneider Electric, EAUC Company Member and Silver sponsor)