Engineering and Campus Energy
Engineering and Campus Energy builds and maintains the infrastructure at Princeton University. Engineering and Campus Energy is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the central energy plant, the design and project management of building system upgrades, energy management and for environmental compliance. Engineering and Campus Energy supports the Princeton University Sustainability plan by using best practices in the design and execution of engineering projects to reduce energy use and environmental impact. Our staff includes plant operators and their managers, mechanical, electrical, civil and environmental engineers, as well as building control system operators and designers.
- Energy at Princeton
- Princeton University reduces carbon dioxide emissions despite growth
- Dillon "Micro-Steam" Facility Reduces Emissions
- Princeton University Recognized by Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
- Princeton to Install Powerful Solar Collector Field
- Princeton's Cogeneration Plant Maintains Power During Hurricane