Utilities & Energy Efficiency Improvement
The Utilities & Energy Management department monitors, evaluates, and manages all utilities and energy on the Texas A&M Univeristy campus. It determines all purchased energy requirements manages extenstive utility production and delivery systems for electricity, cooling, heating, and water systems; manages all builiding automation to maintain the environment; meters and recovers cost for all utilities; and provides the expertise and service to optimize the use of energy. Other services includes solid waste and recycling, water production and management, and operation of two wastewater treatment facilities.
Since 2000, approximately $200 million has been invested in utility infrastructure capacity, reliability and efficiency upgrades, resulting in a 36 percent reduction in energy consumption per gross square foot over the last nine years (FY02 to FY11).