Carleton University will announce its 2018-2021 Energy Master Plan – the second phase of its sweeping multi-year sustainability strategy launched in 2014.
Darryl Boyce, assistant vice-president (Facilities Management and Planning), will provide an update on the university’s progress and announce what the future holds for energy conservation measures at Carleton.
When: Thursday, May 17, 2018, from 11 a.m. to noon
Where: Atrium, Richcraft Hall, Carleton University
Media are invited to attend.
The announcement will outline Carleton’s key energy sustainability goals and projects for the years to come – informed by the results of a comprehensive review of Carleton’s utility data and projected campus growth.
Luis Rodrigues, vice-president and general manager of the Energy Services Group at Honeywell, will speak about Honeywell’s partnership with Carleton.
Carleton has a strong commitment to environmental sustainability. Recently, its food court was recognized for having achieved a zero waste facility.
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