SF State has a comprehensive energy efficiency program with the goal of reducing campus-wide electrical consumption by 15% by the end of Fiscal Year 2009-2010 as compared to 2003-2004. The campus has also saved money and kilowatts working with PG&E:
- Saved 2,146,089 KW in annual consumption and 553 KW in demand through lighting efficiency upgrades.
- Saved 1,123,536 KW in annual consumption and 70KW demand through building system efficiency upgrades.
- Received $1,057,177 in grants and incentives from PG&E for campus-wide energy efficiency measures.
Renewable Energy Commitment
Along with improved efficiency, the University is committed to renewable energy. 20% of all purchased energy comes from renewable resources.
SF State is home to the first 'green' college student housing unit in San Francisco.
by Matt Itelson