UA Energy Efficiency Project Yields Better Than Expected Results

by Lee Hogan  on Monday, Apr. 7, 2014 11:28 am   1 min read

Shown are solar panels installed on HPER building as part of Razors EDGE project at the University of Arkansas. The $30 million project, aimed at improving campus energy use, saved the university 24 percent more than expected in 2012-13. (University of Arkansas)

Early results of a University of Arkansas project, Razors EDGE, aimed at improving energy use on the Fayetteville campus has been better than expected. In 2012-13, energy costs saved 24 percent more than expected, or $715,000.

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